Creating span interface using 'dup-to' option
kp at FreeBSD.org
Sun Nov 8 19:29:55 UTC 2015
On 2015-11-08 01:03:15 (+0100), Kristof Provost <kp at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
> It certainly looks wrong. I can also reproduce your observation that
> this doesn't happen when 'no state' is added to the rule.
I've been looking at this for a bit, and I think I understand what's
With this rule for example:
> pass out on vtnet0 dup-to (vtnet1 10.0.0.1) proto udp from any to any port 53
In short, we hit pf_test() in the output path, match the rule and end up
calling into pf_route(). That's all OK.
pf_route() duplicates the packet and discovers that it's supposed to be
sent out through a different interface (We hit 'if (oifp != ifp)' in
pf_route()) so we run pf_test() again. That's still OK.
In pf_test() we (through pf_test_state_udp()) find state for the
connection and find the rule through the state. As a result we execute
pf_route() a second time, despite the fact that the output interface is
now different. Because we run pf_route() a second time we emit the
packet a second time as well.
I suppose we could mark packets in pf_route() as M_SKIP_FIREWALL, but
that might have other consequences.
I'll need to think about this a bit more.
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