So, the question is this. I have a Cisco router with multiple VLANS assigned to a single Gigabit port. 100,200,300, etc. as well as the normal connection without any vlan tagging.
Now, everything goes over that one ethernet cable.
My question is this,
Assuming that you have 4 identical streams of the same protocol and same port happening at the same time, how is information send over the cable?
When the VLANS communicate with the router, do they just timestamp the regular network, then move on to vlan 100 and timestamp is, etc in serial?
I guess what I'm saying is if this is a hypothetical latency sensitive application, and these networks are utilizing the same resource, but need to stay on separate VLANS, what takes priority?
Whose packets are sent first? If all the VLANS needs to access this at the exact same time how is that done?
I hope this makes sense, thank you.