VLANs supported in Leopard Client

Warning! Geeky content within. Those of you who know what VLANs are are probably interested in this article. In the past, Apple only supported VLANs (802.1q) when using OS X Server. It wasn't a huge deal, as servers are much more likely to need this than clients, but it is an important feature nonetheless, especially for those of us who do weird networking things.

Of course, Ars Technica already had an article about this in October that I completely missed, where they also mentioned the inclusion of 802.1ad link aggregation in Leopard Client as well.

Big wins all around for the networking crowd.