nd6_lookup prints bogus messages with point to point devices

Bruce A. Mah bmah at freebsd.org
Fri Jun 9 00:52:02 UTC 2006

I wrote:
> If memory serves me right, George V. Neville-Neil wrote:
>> After way too long this has been tested and committed to HEAD, with an
>> MFC timout of 1 week.  I have done only limited, aka, ping, testing of
>> this fix.
>> I am currently setting up my own outbound IPv6 network so that I can
>> do more real world testing of such patches in future.
> Thanks George and JINMEI-san!  I've merged this patch into my local
> RELENG_6 tree and will give it a try on my IPv6 tunnel endpoint...will
> report back results.

So far so good...no signs of those error messages after a workday's
worth of uptime.  Although I can't claim to be a heavy IPv6 user, I
would have noticed those messages by now with pre-patch code.  I'll keep
an eye on it for a few more days, but if you don't hear anything from
me, please count me as an "the fix works for me".

Thanks again!


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