neighbor discovery problem
koitsu at FreeBSD.org
Tue Aug 12 11:36:57 UTC 2008
On Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 01:34:35PM +0200, Mathieu Arnold wrote:
> +-le 12.08.2008 13:17:27 +0200, Mathieu Arnold a dit :
> | +-le 12.08.2008 01:34:03 -0700, Jeremy Chadwick a dit :
> || Important note: I know absolutely nothing about IPv6.
> || Do you have ACLs on any of these machines? !A in traceroute commonly
> || means there's an ACL blocking said packets:
> || !A (communication with destination network administratively prohibited)
> || A ping from the other host might cause a stateful firewall to begin
> || allowing said traffic to/from the machine which previously wasn't
> || working.
> || If you use a firewall on these machines (ipfw, pf, etc.), I'd recommend
> || posting your problem to the freebsd-pf list instead.
> | Hum, no, I've verified it already, there is pf enabled on the gateway, which
> | is also a firewall, but only on the external interface which does not come
> | in play here.
> There's a pass and not a skip, but all my block rules have log, and no
> packets show up in pflog, which tends to make me believe that, well, it's not
> a firewall problem.
A pass on RELENG_7 will still cause state to be kept (keep state is
implicit on RELENG_7).
Do you see state mismatches? pfctl -s info.
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