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yes, you can create virtual networks that get tagged with a VLAN id. That way, you can setup multiple VLANs over the same physical interface or bond.
I am aware you can create VLANS and there is tagging support. Was just not sure if those VLANS could be using the same network. Such as if both were on the same 192.168.1.x network.
VLAN tagging is independant - and of course must be, since it belongs to layer 2 of the OSI model, of the IP network that is run on it. You musn't confuse the network switches PVID (aka untagged VLAN support) which tagg an incoming packet on a switch port to a specific VLAN.
If you configure VLANs in OVM your're absolutely free to use whatever ip network you want on it - the traffic will stay seperated, since your're running it on a - although virtual - separate LAN.