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Date:	Sun, 5 Jan 2014 18:06:12 +0100
From:	Andreas Hartmann <andihartmann@...19freenet.de>
To:	linux-kernel@...r.kernel.org
Subject: Re: Strange problem with vxlan!

On Fri, 3 Jan 2014 15:27:19 +0100
Andreas Hartmann <andihartmann@...19freenet.de> wrote:

[...]

> Now the problem:
> 
> If the VM (=AP) runs e.g. Linux 3.4.x, all is working fine as expected. 
> If the VM runs 3.12.x or even 3.10.x, the tunnel works fine a few minutes after creation. Afterwards it is broken.
> 
> Broken means:
> A "dhcpcd eth0" e.g. on the notebook times out, doesn't work any more. Traces show:
> The udp-tunnel-packages sent by the STA through vxlan0 can be seen on the host / tap0, but they can't be seen on vxlan0 (if it works, they can be seen on the vxlan0 device, too).
> 
> On the host runs Linux 3.10.x, on the STA 3.11.6.

Some more findings:

- Problem can be seen with Linux 3.7 in the AP (VM), too.
- *Problem disappears* if the bridge device br0 on the host is set to
  promiscuous mode.
- Sometimes, there can be seen the warning 
  "notebook dhcpcd[2784]: eth0: bad UDP checksum, ignoring" 
  when starting dhcpcd on the notebook with br0 / host set to promiscuous
  mode (nevertheless dhcpcd worked fine). I never saw this warning
  before.


Any idea how to fix the problem w/o running the bridge br0 on the host
in promiscuous mode?



Thanks for any hint,
Andreas
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