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Date: Fri Jan 19 2001 - 08:56:41 CST
It is also possible that certain "crafted" packets can have adverse affects
on some switch CPU's disproportionate to their consumed bandwidth
A case could also be made that the administration of the VLAN would be more
prone to error leading to a security compromise.
Assuming that someone out there did know an exploit they may not be so
willing to share it in this forum. It is presumptuous to think we know all
possible vectors of attack.
Honestly, would a switch cost any more than the time just spent reading the
*rubs forehead* crossover cable hmmm...
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