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Old 07-17-2012, 11:22 AM
Rafał Radecki
Default CentOS 6 bridging problem.

The setup works well for different kernel. So it is not a problem with
the configuration
Thanks for all help.

Best regards,

2012/7/4 Gordon Messmer <yinyang@eburg.com>:
> On 06/25/2012 05:22 AM, Rafał Radecki wrote:
>> Do you see an error in my configuration? Why is not available?
> I don't have a lot of managed switches around to do extensive testing.
> The closest test I can do is on 5.8 with VLAN 2 and different IPs.
> Based on that, everything seems like it should work. Since you're able
> to set up the addresses on the interface without a bridge, the
> likelihood of a driver problem seems fairly low. Did you ever send the
> output of "brctl show"? You should definitely be able to run tcpdump on
> eth0.20 and see any traffic on that interface. You said that you saw
> none when you tried to ping the Linux host from the network. What about
> the reverse? Do you see data go out eth0.20 when you try to ping an
> address in the attached subnet from the Linux host?
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