cl at isbd.net
Fri Dec 5 16:49:22 EST 2014
On Fri, Dec 05, 2014 at 12:39:16PM -0700, David Hutchison wrote:
> Here is a test I did by setting up swconfig manually. As you can see I
> put ports 1 and 2 into vlangroup 1. Traffic from port 2 can ping
> 10.128.41.1 which is a device on port 1. However eth0.1 which as
> address 10.128.41.249 cannot ping 10.128.41.1 device on port 1.
> Attached is the swconfig setup, and a dmesg.
> Here is the arp result as well:
> root at OpenWrt:/# arp -n
> IP address HW type Flags HW address Mask Device
> 10.128.41.1 0x1 0x0 00:00:00:00:00:00 * eth0.1
> I used to be able to do:
> root at OpenWrt:/# swconfig dev eth0 show
> Failed to connect to the switch
> root at OpenWrt:/# swconfig list
> Found: switch0 - ag71xx-mdio.0
> Do you not think this is an issue with ag71xx? Do you it is something
> in user-space?
Same on mine (except I have an eth1 which is the 10/100 that works
root at OpenWrt:~# swconfig dev eth0 show
Failed to connect to the switch. Use the "list" command to see which switches are available.
root at OpenWrt:~# swconfig list
Found: switch0 - ag71xx-mdio.0
Found: switch1 - eth1
root at OpenWrt:~#
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