what do you mean by L2-adjacent ?
On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 8:12 PM, Philip Creevy <tiger98 at iol.ie> wrote:
> On Thu, 2009-07-02 at 14:45 -0400, Lance Dryden wrote:
> > Scríobh Philip Creevy:
> > > I'am just curious as to what happened with my internal network.
> > > on 2 machines I used IFCONFIG to bring up PAN0 but ping and
> > > dns stopped working internally but yet 1 of the machines that
> > > I tried to browse the internet worked.
> > > ping reported destination host unreachable.
> > > The interfaces I used were,
> > > eth0 is 192.168.100.21
> > > pan0 was 192.168.100.23
> > > second machine is,
> > > eth0 192.168.100.191
> > > pan0 192.168.100.21
> > > pan0 was bough up with
> > > ifconfig pan0 192.168.100.23 netmask 255.255.255.0
> > > Taking both pan0 interfaces down restored functionality.
> > For the pan0 interfaces, use something other than 192.168.100.X; you're
> > more-or-less confusing your network stack by indicating that two
> > different interfaces that are unlikely to be L2-adjacent are in fact
> > L2-adjacent.
> Changing to a different subnet seems to work.
> The second pan0 address may be a typo, I can't remember
> all the addresses I was using.
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