Frank Kardel <kardel%netbsd.org@localhost> writes: > If I were to > 1) create an IPv4, DGRAM (UDP) socket > 2) bind that to 22.214.171.124 This seems bizarre to me. bind sets the source address, which is a separate issue. > 3) do a IP_ADD_MEMBERSHIP for address 126.96.36.199 and imr_interface = > INADDR_ANY on that socket that should join on the interface of the default route. > 4) start recvmsg-ing on it > The thing is I see the packets via tcpdump, IGMP seems to work > correctly, but nothing arrives in the > program. Am I missing something or do we have a multicast reception Are you seeing IGMP membership reports from your box on the interface you are seeing mcast on? > problem in NetBSD > (even for older versions of -current)? > Short investigation gave that mcast packets can be dropped for the > mcast-address not being > in the receiving interface's mcast-address-list (ip_input.c) or when > the dst-addr/port is not found (udp_usrreq.c). > > The interface is wm0 and ifconfig shows the multicast counter going up > as does the CANTFORWARD IP-statistics counter. 'netstat -ai' should be useful. but on a netbsd-5 box it isn't showing OSPF groups joined even though ospf (quagga) is running fine.
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