Hi, I have created a virtual network interface on my mac assigning it a VLAN of 10. This works fine. It gets an IP address from the dncp server on my firewall that is serving VLAN 10. However, if I bridge a VM's network to this virtual interface it uses the default VLAN instead of VLAN10. Is this a bug or is the only way to make VLANS work from a VM to configure it inside the VM?