[VLAN] question on vlan memership

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Using 802.1q is it possible for users on two different networks to be on 
the same vlan? I'm assuming that all switches support the 802.1q spec.
For example if user1 is on network 1.2.3.x and user2 is on network 
192.168.0.x can user1 and  user2 be on the same VLAN, say VLAN 11?   
And therefore hear the broadcasts destined for that vlan? And others 
hosts on the same networks with VLAN 11 membership will not.
Thanks, David

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