net/mpd5, ppp, proxy-arp issues
qingli at freebsd.org
Mon Apr 19 18:16:26 UTC 2010
Have you seen this thread?
Quite a few fixes have gone into the -current and RELENG_8 branches.
Please try sync-up to the latest code before applying the patch.
On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 11:53 PM, Marin Atanasov <dnaeon at gmail.com> wrote:
> I was setting up mpd5 from ports, but this proxy-arp issue still exists in
>> uname -r
> I've attached the output from the mpd5 daemon, where you can still see that
> the issue is relevant.
> I've also tried to apply the patch, but it's no longer on that location.
> Something else to add - I've a dns server running on the same machine that
> mpd5 was set up. I'm not sure if this is caused by mpd5 daemon or the arp
> issue, but after a couple of start/stops of mpd5 the name resolving from the
> gateway machine is not possible, all other systems from the internal network
> are able to use the dns server on the gateway, but the gateway itself
> Restart of named, doesn't help either, so I had to completely reboot the
> machine, so that arp entries are flushed as well.
> Could you please have a look at the issue? If you need some additional
> information, please let me know.
> On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 6:09 PM, Prokofiev S.P. <proks at skylinetele.com>
>> Thank you !
>> The problem with proxy-arp has disappeared (FreeBSD 8-STABLE amd64 with
>> Please, somebody fix the bug kern/141285...
>> Li, Qing wrote:
>>> Recently there have been several reports regarding issues with ppp, mpd5
>>> and proxy-arp configuration over the ppp links. I read through the
>>> various postings and the problems seem to be:
>>> 1. Unable to add proxy-arp entries for the remote ppp clients.
>>> 2. Log showing "ifa_add_loopback_route: insertion failed" causing some
>>> userland applications to fail.
>>> May I ask that you try applying patch
>>> and report back if the patch fixes your problems. And if not, please
>>> describe what additional issues you are having.
>>> -- Qing
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