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Re: netbsd 6.0.1 amd64 / IPv4 issues with out-of-net gateway using hostroute
i have solved the issue. disabling options MPBIOS in the kernel config makes
networking work forever.
On 2013-03-11, at 22:05 , Florian Geiges wrote:
> hi everybody,
> i have trouble configuring a netbsd-6.0.1-amd64 using a hostroute to an
> out-of-network gateway with a /32 "network". since this is a hosted server, i
> cannot influence the network config in any way. The machine also does not
> want to boot at all unless i disable ACPI (-2). the config is
> X.Y.132.210/255.255.255.255 via X.Y.128.1 (where X and Y are constant), which
> is applied using:
> # ifconfig wm0 inet X.Y.132.210 netmask 255.255.255.255 up
> # route add -host X.Y.128.1 -link wm0 -iface -expire 1
> # route add default X.Y.128.1 -ifp wm0
> i know that the upstream router is the next hop, so -expire 1 should be OK.
> leaving it out does not change the behaviour. all commands return without
> errors, just that i cannot get any v4 traffic in or out of the machine.
> tcpdump does not show anything. the same happens when using 6.1-RC1 and
> am i missing something obvious or is it supposed to work? i need help at this
> attached are text files with ping, ifconfig, netstat and dmesg outputs.
> thanks in advance,
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