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Edward F. Tanzer | 1 Jul 14:56 2003

ANNOUNCE: Multipath Patches for 4.8-STABLE Available

Multipath route table. <chrisy <at> flirble.org>
Ported to FreeBSD 4.8 by Ed Tanzer <tanzer <at> dsm.fordham.edu>.

Version 5, released agains FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE 2003/06/27

http://www.dsm.fordham.edu/~tanzer/multipath/

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Matthew Grooms | 1 Jul 17:35 2003
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BIOCSSEESENT ioctl on 5.1 ...

Question,

     Is there somthing magic about setting this flag? I wrote a small program
( built on 5.1 ) that uses the bpf to read broadcast packets off a local
private network, forward them to a peer ( over IPSEC ) who in turn drops them
onto its private network ( and visa-versa ). To prevent looping, I was hoping
to set the BIOCSSEESENT flag on the fd. Unfortunately, when this option is
set I no longer receive any packets on the interface. Here is the relevent
code.

        // open the berkley packet filter device

        int32_t hbpf;
        int32_t mnum = 0;
        char device[ 25 ];
        do
        {
                sprintf( device,"/dev/bpf%d", mnum );
                mnum++;
                hbpf = open( device, O_RDWR );
        }
        while( hbpf < 0 && errno == EBUSY );

        if( hbpf == -1 )
        {
                printf( "failed to open a packet filter device\n" );
                printf( "exiting ...\n" );
                return -1;
        }

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Sean Farley | 1 Jul 17:32 2003

Re: gethostbyname_r

On Mon, 30 Jun 2003, Stijn Hoop wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I was wondering if anybody was working on an implementation of a
> reentrant gethostbyname_r function, mostly because it looks like
> mozilla/firebird will finally gain support for an async DNS thread in
> the near future. However, it is claimed in Mozilla's bug reporting
> system that FreeBSD 5.x doesn't have support for this. See
>
> http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=70213#c36

Here is my comment on it (in mid-June):
http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=70213#c40

Hopefully, they will use getaddrinfo().  I believe the person, Steve
Freeland, doing the patch is considering using it for FreeBSD.

Sean
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Koroush Saraf | 1 Jul 17:56 2003

VPN setup problem - proxy arp I think

VPN setup problem - proxy arp I thinkDidn't get an answer from Questions..
Lets see if you hackers have an answer..
----- Original Message ----- 
To: freebsd-questions <at> freebsd.org
Sent: Monday, June 30, 2003 7:08 PM
Subject: VPN setup problem - proxy arp I think

Hi all,
I read the setup at http://www.blackh0le.net/articles/vpn-dun-howto.html to
setup my VPN.
However, I'm having a problem which I think is proxy-ARP not working.  I
like to ask you to see if you know what's going on.  When I ping 10.77.1.1
from windows XP machine the packets get to the 10.77.1.1 machine, but they
don't have a return path to get back.  When I do ping the windows machine
from 10.77.1.1 I get:
ping: sendto: Host is down
When I add static route to 10.77.1.1 the machines can talk to each other.
(route add 10.77.1.50/32 10.77.1.2)
 But I don't think I need to setup a static route if Proxy ARP worked!
I've included my config files in this email.  Please note that the I get a
message back saying "[pptp1] no interface to proxy arp on for 10.77.1.50"
could this be my problem?  how can I fix it?
Thanks very much,
~koroush

=========================

I network looks as follows
Freebsd 4.6
IP 10.77.1.1/24
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Roman Neuhauser | 1 Jul 18:34 2003
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Re: TODO list?

# maxim <at> macomnet.ru / 2003-06-30 15:57:51 +0400:
> On Sat, 28 Jun 2003, 19:29-0400, Zak Johnson wrote:
> 
> > On 2003-06-28 20:27+0400, Maxim Konovalov wrote:
> > > for instance?
> >
> > misc/25851
> 
> I am not familiar with sysinstall code, sorry.
> 
> > bin/32433
> 
> Fixed in -current.

    I see you assigned the PR to yourself to remind you of MFC.
    Thanks for caring for STABLE. It's not all that common.

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omestre | 1 Jul 19:27 2003
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cookie size...


 Hello,
 Do you know how can i make the cookies (FreeBSD 5.x) size linux 
compatible? I have FreeBSD machines (5.x), NFS clients of a NFS 
linux server... and the locks do not work. The server reports the
incompatible cookie size for lock requests... (in 4.x works).
 So, i want recompile the software in question ( i don't know what)
:), and make it 8 bytes in size.

 Thanks.

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Matthew Grooms | 1 Jul 19:43 2003
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Re: BIOCSSEESENT ioctl on 5.1 ...

Woops,

     Please disregard the previous post ... amature programmer at play. Can
an ioctl call return before processing the request? When I started using
seperate variables for the int=1 and int=0 ioctl values, everything works
fine.

-Matthew

>Question,
>
>     Is there somthing magic about setting this flag?
>
..
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Les Biffle | 1 Jul 20:36 2003
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USB serial support on FreeBSD 3.5?

(I tried searching the mailing list archives, and suspect that the search
engine is broken.  It returned "Nothing found" no matter what I requested.)

I need two serial ports on a modern server running our 3.5-based firewall 
code, but the 1U servers I find have only one serial port.  I need one
for console and one for our dongle, and wondered if there was stable
USB serial adaptor support in 3.5?  Would my dongle code (that assumes
a "normal" serial port) have trouble accessing a serial dongle by way
of USB?

TIA,

-Les

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Josef Karthauser | 1 Jul 20:39 2003
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Re: USB serial support on FreeBSD 3.5?

On Tue, Jul 01, 2003 at 11:36:09AM -0700, Les Biffle wrote:
> (I tried searching the mailing list archives, and suspect that the search
> engine is broken.  It returned "Nothing found" no matter what I requested.)
> 
> I need two serial ports on a modern server running our 3.5-based firewall 
> code, but the 1U servers I find have only one serial port.  I need one
> for console and one for our dongle, and wondered if there was stable
> USB serial adaptor support in 3.5?  Would my dongle code (that assumes
> a "normal" serial port) have trouble accessing a serial dongle by way
> of USB?
> 

I don't believe that there is any USB support in 3.x at all.

Joe
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