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NetBSD-current amd64 with dhcpcd connects only partially
> > On my latest NetBSD-current amd64 installation, from the small hours June 11, I get mixed results with re(4) driver and wonder if there is any dhcpcd tweak that will help.
> > On motherboard MSI Z68MA-ED55(B3), Realtek 8111E/8168 Ethernet chip, "dhcpcd re0" connects OK, local network and outside.
> > On motherboard MSI Z77 MPOWER, closely related Realtek Ethernet chip, "dhcpcd re0" only succeeded partially.
> > I was surprised, after "host news.individual.net" failed to find IP address of that server, I was apparently able to connect on local LAN.
> > Router is at 192.168.0.1
> > showmount -e 192.168.0.6 and showmount -e 192.168.0.5 worked properly, great surprise: intranet but no Internet.
> > My question is what, if anything, I can do through dhcpcd special options or dhcpcd.conf to be able to see the Internet and not merely the local intranet.
> > I looked through /etc/dhcpcd.conf and "man dhcpcd" but couldn't see what to do.
> assuming both hosts are on the same network, do both hosts have matching
> netstat -nrf inet4 output and resolv.conf files?
Do you really mean netstat -nrf inet4 , or should that be inet? I am in FreeBSD now and checked "man netstat" for both FreeBSD and NetBSD.
I am in FreeBSD now but can see the /etc/resolv.conf files match :
# Generated by resolvconf
I run netstat -nrf inet on FreeBSD, and it shows only local interfaces, so don't expect anything better in NetBSD:
Destination Gateway Flags Netif Expire
default 192.168.0.1 UGS re0
127.0.0.1 link#2 UH lo0
192.168.0.0/24 link#1 U re0
192.168.0.5 link#1 UHS lo0
Now if I knew what options/parameters to tweak, I could try again in NetBSD.
For when to try to rebuild NetBSD, I look to
and shy away when I see something like
Currently building tag: HEAD started at Mon Jun 12 22:50:42 UTC 2017 0 passed 49 failed so far
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