Subject: Re: kern/32900
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com,>
From: Christos Zoulas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/22/2006 10:28:34
On Feb 22, 2:50pm, email@example.com (Nino Dehne) wrote:
-- Subject: Re: kern/32900
| Can this apply even when the switch is 802.1Q-compliant? I've been using
| that switch and VLANs for some time now and never noticed anything like
| this. The switch certainly wasn't cheap in the sense of inexpensive. :)
| I also tested the whole setup with an even more advanced switch (D-Link
| DES-3225G) which provides sophisticated traffic and error statistics per
| port and couldn't see any errors on the participating ports. The problem
| still persisted.
| Also, why doesn't this apply to packets that merely pass the router and
| are not originating from it?
| The vlan(4) man page says
| vlan can be used with devices not supporting the IEEE 802.1Q MTU, but
| then the MTU of the vlan interface will be 4 bytes too small and will not
| interoperate properly with other IEEE 802.1Q devices, unless the MTU of
| the other hosts on the VLAN are also lowered to match.
| However, sip(4) is listed as being supported.
| I'm at a loss now and still think this is a bug somewhere.
If you are certain that the problem is not in the switch then it can
certainly be a bug in the sip driver. Do you have another card to test