<d64aa1760701031329v7f88fd03gee1b3750ad1e5b94 at mail dot gmail dot com>, Chris
Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com> writes
>On 1/3/07, Alex Herington <alex at sharespace dot co dot uk> wrote:
>> Aaron with Morad <aaronc <at> morad.ab.ca> writes:
>> > I set up my CV860 using the OPT (Realtek) just as a physical bridge to the
>> > WAN (Realtek) and it works with no issues. Only when I try to
>> >bridge a VLAN
>> > to the WAN does the bridge not work.
>> I'm having exactly the same problem! Using a Compaq DL320 server with
>> Intel Pro 100 NIC's that use the fxp driver. WAN is connected to a DSL router
>> and LAN is connected to a Netgear managed switch. I created 3 OPT VLAN
>> interfaces. 2 are normal NAT'ed VLANs which work perfectly - I can connect a
>> laptop to any of the VLAN ports and everything works as expected, but the 3rd
>> VLAN (which is bridged to WAN) doesn't pass any traffic.
>Which m0n0wall version is this again? I glanced back through this
>thread and didn't see any mention of version.
>I believe in order for bridging to work, the interface has to be put
>in promiscuous mode. I'm not sure if this is the case with FreeBSD
>4.x, but with 6.x there's a bug where putting a VLAN interface into
>promiscuous mode will effectively break the interface - nothing gets
>passed. It's a known issue and I've seen at least some discussion of
>the problem between FreeBSD developers. Not sure if it's fixed in 6.2
It's broken in 4.x as well! See my previous posts:
They relate to m0n0wall 1.22. Fingers crossed it gets fixed in 6.x.
Neil A. Hillard E-Mail: m0n0 at dana dot org dot uk