This is a discussion on Re: if_re losinbg ability to communicate, even with latest patches - FreeBSD ; On Fri, Feb 29, 2008, Pete French wrote: > ...and it is stable for you ? I will defintely go and turn these off in > that case! Also, I note your are runnign RELENG_7 and not RELENG_7_0 - any ...
On Fri, Feb 29, 2008, Pete French wrote:
> ...and it is stable for you ? I will defintely go and turn these off in
> that case! Also, I note your are runnign RELENG_7 and not RELENG_7_0 - any
> idea what changes there might have been in that ?
Up to I haven't encountered a real show stopper beside the re(4) issues
which seem to be fixed at least for my configuration. Nevertheless all
those minor glitches which come with a new major release will hopefully
be fixed sooner in RELENG_7 than RELENG_7_0. That's the reasone why I
don't track RELENG_7_0, but up to now there should be much difference
anyway. I think I will track RELENG_7 til RELENG_7_1 will be branched.
> This is extermely interesting! I have applied those settings by hand just
> now, and will see if it helps. Not quite sure how to get them
> into rc.conf yet - I am using ipv4_addrs_re0="22.214.171.124/28 126.96.36.199/28"
> and am not sure how an ifconfig_re0 line might interact with it as yet.
> I dont want to edit rc.conf in case it reboots...
Should be oka, to put your primary IP address and the interface options
in an 'ifconfig_re0' line and to add additional IPs to the interface
using a 'ipv4_addrs_re0' line. At least I've tested it on a VMware and
it seems to work just fine.
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