I'm referring to the following article, where it mentions "The MAC layer header can be maintained if the router is bridging the network layer protocol. However, regular bridging still terminates the VLAN header."
I understand the router terminating the vlan header, but i don't understand why a bridge would do the same..? What is the possible reason for a bridge to terminate a vlan header, after all, bridging/switching is to contain the packets to a single broadcast domain (vlan domain). can someone shed the light on what exactly is meant by " However, regular bridging still terminates the VLAN".