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Re: Crash related to VLANs in Oct 18th -current
On 2017/10/22 23:56, Tom Ivar Helbekkmo wrote:
> Tom Ivar Helbekkmo <tih%hamartun.priv.no@localhost> writes:
>> That did the trick! Thank you! :)
Thank you for your testing!
> I'm actually wondering if there may be something else strange going on.
> Everything works fine -- but I have this dhcpcd running, because one of
> my VLANs is connected to a network where this machine has to accept a
> DHCP provisioned IP address from a server. I run "dhcpcd -q vlan9", and
> also give it a configuration file that should keep it from doing
> anything I don't want:
> allowinterfaces vlan9
> interface vlan9
> nohook resolv.conf, wpa_supplicant, hostname, ntp.conf
> script /usr/bin/true
> However, after this last upgrade, I keep getting messages from dhcpcd
> about other interfaces, where this host is the DHCP server, like:
> Oct 22 16:48:28 barsoom dhcpcd: vlan2: invalid UDP packet from
> Oct 22 16:48:28 barsoom dhcpcd: wm0: invalid UDP packet from
> This happens every time a host on one of the other VLANs gets an address
> from the local DHCP server, and I get this pair of messages; one for the
> VLAN in question, one for wm0, which is the vlanif with the trunk on it.
> Running 8.99.1 from about two months ago, these messages did not occur.
Hmm..., sorry, I am not sure about this problem from that information.
Could you get tcpdump? Of course, if it is not a problem, please do it.
I think the issue seems to be related to DHCP. Could you think of any
other way to solve it?
Internet Initiative Japan Inc.
Device Engineering Section,
IoT Platform Development Department,
Kengo NAKAHARA <k-nakahara%iij.ad.jp@localhost>
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