DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2007-03
Re: VLAN issues
On 3/26/07, Gergo Szakal <email@example.com> wrote:
I am so sorry to be a pain in the ass....
On Sun, 25 Mar 2007 20:52:20 +0800
"Sepherosa Ziehau" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > 1) I have to 'addm' the VLAN interfaces to the bridge manually
> > (they get added correctly then, this did not work at all before).
> Does the addm work now?
> > 2) When I try to tcpdump bridge0, I get 'network is down'. I also
> > have to 'up' bridge0 manually.
> Do you mean bridge0 is not up if it is configured in rc.conf?
Yes. In rc.conf I have:
ifconfig_bridge0="addm vlan0 addm vlan2 up"
When I do from commandline:
# ifconfig bridge0 addm vlan0 addm vlan2 up
it works. Strange.
I think it is caused by that vlan ifaces are brought up after bridge
ifaces. If you have time you can dig the rc scripts.
> > 3) There are still no packets going through. :-(
> Things are a little bit complicated here, so I will need to talk to
> other developers when I have a clear solution, but I have a temporary
> ifconfig xl0 promisc
> ifconfig xl1 promisc
Does not help. Let me show you the structure:
HP 2524 #1 --- xl0 (vlan0 ID:11) -- bridge0 -- xl1 (vlan2 ID:11) -- HP2524 #2
The switches can not 'talk' to each other via the bridge.
Can box on HP#1 ping another box on HP#2?
From the vlan(4) manpage I get this:
Nah, things should work at least for small data generated by ping.
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