0 (with equivalent config, static uclibc build): text data bss dec hex filename 959831 491 7536 967858 ec4b2 busybox-1. 0 961456 487 7512 969455 ecaef busybox-1.
Seemingly, locally generated traffic never ingresses on any interface, and `rtable ` rules only work on ingress :(. 1, which is either alias’d or arp-proxied back to em1). In this setup, rdomain 2 (em0 / ISP link) has the real default route (x. 1), whereas rdomain 0 (em1 / LAN) has a fake default route (also for x.
En sistemas computacionales (one o 8 careers), I have an OpenBSD box with 6 network interfaces, one o these is with vlans, I want to declare 4 rdomains,
rdomain1 : bge0 –>nat–>rl0
rdomain2 : vlan13 –>nat–>em3
rdomain3 : vlan14 –>nat–>em1
rdomain4 : vlan15 –>nat–>em0. Good morning, I work at Intituto Tecnologico de Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico, is an school & I have 4 links for go out, I work at Ing.
Instead of having 1 IP per inteface, designate one interface for Internet and configure it with. This eliminates the routing complexity since you’ll now have exactly 1 egress interface to the Internet, all traffic (from servers and LAN) will hit that interface and you can NAT the traffic very easily with your nat-to rules. 72 as aliases on the same interface.
It turned out that I had incorrectly entered the mac address into DHCP file by one character >. DHCPD – No free leases. < No free leases is displayed in the log.
I have it configured in Hot Standby mode across two servers. I just wondered how. Feb 20, 2017 · Hi all, I have a quick question about DHCP Failover in Server 2012r2.
In case you are still around to answer questions on this, do you happen to know any IPv6. I made a post on openbsd-misc describing the set-up, but without any luck so far: https://marc. Adding a route to localhost will just loop the packets there until the TTL reaches 0. I tried replicating the first part using IPv6, but my packets from rdomain 0 back to rdomain xx, seems to get dumped.
1 has fixes for find (was requiring the path argument in some cases, unlike GNU find), grep (fixes for -w handling), ntpd (wasn’t slewing time after large negative step), compile fixes for some configurations.
I could ping vlanX,rdomain1 interface from rdomain0 through freebsd, but that’s about it. I tried going back to a flat single (rdomain0) routing table and realized I still couldn’t ping my own interfaces. I thought I would reach out and see if you had any idea what could be going on regarding the pinging my own interfaces issue and the obsd gateway when using rdomains being unable to resolve dns for itself.
Other than that nothing obvious pops out but there’s still details I can’t see from what you’ve posted. Are you using different outer IP addresses on the tunnel interfaces of R1. I would try posting to the [email protected] list and hope that someone else has done something similar.
em0: flags=8b43 mtu 1500
media: Ethernet autoselect (1000baseT full-duplex,master)
inet6 fe80::250:56ff:fea3:59cb%em0 prefixlen 64 scopeid 0x1
inet 192. 12 netmask 0xffffff00 broadcast 192.
However, how can I catch self initiated traffic from the router. Hello Joel,
I have changed the design back to simple “routing” and it works for user traffic entering the device and forward it to the right rdomain. Maybe we can swap to mail and only post the solution later. I do not have and don’t need a default GW. It looks like that pf rules doesn’t match/executed because there is no route.