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Date:   Wed, 23 Nov 2016 06:57:44 -0800
From:   Roopa Prabhu <>
To:     David Lebrun <>
CC:     Alexei Starovoitov <>,
        David Miller <>,
        "" <>,
        Lorenzo Colitti <>,
        Eric Dumazet <>
Subject: Re: [PATCH net-next 1/1] ipv6: sr: add option to control lwtunnel

On 11/23/16, 1:28 AM, David Lebrun wrote:
> On 11/23/2016 08:34 AM, Roopa Prabhu wrote:
>> I can't seem to reproduce the problem you are seeing. still trying..
>> I don't have CONFIG_LWTUNNEL set nor any of the other SEG6 configs.
>> My CONFIG_IPV6 is on and compiled as a module. I have also tried disabling it.
>> If you can send me the config, I can try again. Looking back at the patches,
>> I do see a few things below ..but they may not fix your problem directly.
>> Though I had none of the ipv6 segment routing configs turned on,
>> I do see the "Segment Routing with IPv6" msg at bootup.
>> Was looking at david's patches again, and a few things (I had missed seeing the last version):
>> In my review comment I was hinting at CONFIG_IPV6_SEG6 to cover all of ipv6 segment routing,
>> including the lwtunnel bits.
>> something like below:
>> config IPV6_SEG6
>>         bool "IPv6: Segment Routing Header encapsulation support"
>>         depends on LWTUNNEL && IPV6
>> DavidL, do you see a problem doing it this way ?. with this 'seg6.o' will be part of CONFIG_IPV6_SEG6 and not
>> get initialized unless it is enabled..which seems like the right thing to do.
> Can't reproduce the bug either, with CONFIG_IPV6=y, LWTUNNEL=n and all
> SEG6 disabled. Alexei, your .config and dmesg log could help.
> Roopa, the reason why seg6.o is compiled by default is that it provides
> an interface to control HMAC structures, and that HMAC does not depends
> on lwtunnels and can be used in the extension header processing (which
> is compiled by default). I could indeed add another option to
> conditionnally compile seg6.o if HMAC is enabled etc, and I actually had
> something like that in the very first versions of the patch, but I
> received comments that too much options is not a good thing (and I agree
> with that).

okay then. I agree with not having too many option. I had just thought that it
could live with the existing CONFIG_IPV6_SEG6_LWTUNNEL if it was renamed.
had not  looked at the HMAC dependency.

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