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Re: bridge with tap - trying to set up openvpn server

> On Tue, Apr 05, 2011 at 08:00:17AM -0400, 
> wrote:
>> Could I have something munged in the kernel config?
>> Do I need to do something in ipf (more than I have already done)?
> Did you try without ipf first ?

Not first...but I just recompiled the kernel without BRIDGE_IPF.
Still same result, wm1 seems to seize. Here's a little more console
diagnostics...with mildly sanitized ethernet addresses.

# brconfig -a
bridge0: flags=41<UP,RUNNING>
                priority 32768 hellotime 2 fwddelay 15 maxage 20
                ipfilter disabled flags 0x0
                tap0 flags=3<LEARNING,DISCOVER>
                        port 5 priority 128
                wm1 flags=3<LEARNING,DISCOVER>
                        port 2 priority 128
        Address cache (max cache: 100, timeout: 1200):
                xx:c0:49:db:yy:59 wm1 996 flags=0<>
                xx:1c:e8:23:yy:01 wm1 984 flags=0<>
                xx:06:88:94:yy:5f wm1 711 flags=0<>
                xx:b9:e8:f4:yy:5c wm1 690 flags=0<>
                xx:11:5b:19:yy:c2 wm1 643 flags=0<>
                xx:0c:29:5e:yy:f2 wm1 618 flags=0<>
                xx:11:d9:34:yy:6a wm1 606 flags=0<>
                xx:00:5a:9e:yy:92 wm1 603 flags=0<>
                xx:e0:18:db:yy:3d wm1 600 flags=0<>
[NOTE: adding and deleting tap0 has no functional effect]

>> Suggestions for further diagnostics?
> does tcpdump on wm1 show some traffic ?

tcpdump on the console shows a fair amount of traffic on wm1 (?!)
I'm not very familiar with tcpdump, but I used:
# tcpdump -i wm1 -lq
Packets seem to be flowing to/from several hosts on my network
UDP packets report lengths != 0
all tcp packet lines end in tcp 0 (means zero length?)

Anything else to try?

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