Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2021 15:28:58 UTC
On Sun, Aug 22, 2021 at 8:30 AM alfadev via freebsd-hackers <email@example.com> wrote: > > Hi, I successfully configured VXLAN tunnel between amd64 FreeBSD 11.2 to x64 Linux > But in FreeBSD 12.2 with below same configuration not works. > So What is tHe problem with FreeBSD 12.2 is it bug or any other thing? > Any help would be aooreciated.. > > My fully working tested configuration is: > > FreeBSD 11.2 side: > physical interface: igb0 > ifconfig vxlan4095 create vxlanid 4095 vxlanlocal 192.168.99.1 vxlanremote 192.168.99.99 inet 192.168.157.1/24 Can you please provide the ifconfig output for both the vxlan and the physical interface? Have you tried running tcpdump -p on the physical interface to see if there is any VXLAN traffic on the link? Regards, Navdeep > > Linux side: > physical interfaces: eth0,eth1 > > ip link add name vxlan4095 type vxlan id 4095 remote 192.168.99.1 local 192.168.99.99 > ip link add name vbr0 type bridge > ip link set eth1 master vbr0 > ip link set vxlan4095 master vbr0 > ip link set vbr0 up > > there is a client connected on eth1 and have IP : 192.168.157.100 > http https , icmp .. traffic passes through between client and tunnel > eveything works well.