What's the difference between vale and a bridge? The only thing that I gather thus far is that bridge is a simple forwarder, irrespective of the destined mac address, whereas vale will verify based on the mac since its a switch? Is this an over-simplification or accurate or mistaken?
Hey FreeBSD people,
I'm a long term Linux user who would like to include one or more FreeBSD server into his server infrastructure. Last week I set up a virtual management network via Open vSwitch on my Linux machines. This network connects Linux containers over multiple hosts. The network...
Hi guys, I have this problem I can not sort out, I hope you can give me some ideas.
The story is I made an Wireless Access point in FreeBSD-11.1 running in an BeagleBone Black.
My wifi adapter is an Alfa AWUS036HN, recognized as "run0", 802.11g. [n not available]
The thing works, the olny...
Is it possible to first test a bridge and tap, and maybe even a virtual network interface, before applying it to a VM? I imagine the virtual interface would not be the same one that the VM would create, but, this would be a nice troubleshooting step for getting bridged networking to work on...
I run a freeBSD router at home and I love it, I'm always finding new ways to expand my understanding of networking.
I recently bought a 4x SFP+ 10GB Chelsio card to play with, and I'm coming up with ways to use it.
I already have 4x GBE ports lagg'd together in lagg0. I then apply a...
I have two bridged interfaces, each bridged to a different VLAN interface, and I'd like to have a Virtualbox guest (Linux) access both bridge interfaces. I set this up, but after some connectivity issues, I discovered that the guest can transmit fine (so I see traffic originating from the guest...
I have a bug report filed here but have the feeling this may be upstream. The basic problem is that when bridge0 is associated with a trunked interface, then the host and VM cannot communicate with each other (they can both communicate everywhere else just fine). As an experiment I set the...
I need help with bridging VLANs and "tap" interfaces for bhyve-VMs. I assume I have misunderstood of networking basics here so please don't kick me too hard.
I've already asked at the churchers/vm-bhyve (https://github.com/churchers/vm-bhyve/issues/155), but no solution so far...
I've been fighting with following setup with no success several days: 10.3-RELEASE-p12, virtualbox 5.1.6 from pkg, two nics and bridged nic on vbox and internal nic.
There is "no route to host" when pinging to vm, and there are no replies from inside of vm.
Arp shows the correct...
I created bridge0 (172.16.0.1) device with few tapX network devices (172.16.0.2-X) (bridged together by bridge0) for bhyve vms.
Then I created NAT (pf.conf), that solves networking via wlan0 (wifi card). Why? Because simple bridging doesn't work with wlan0/wifi interfaces (NAT works)...
em0 - internet
ng0 - pptp_client (mpd5)
em1 - internal net 1
vlan207 - internal net 2
how to make, that will work as a network bridge between ng0 and vlan207 ?
I have installed OpenVPN on a FreeBSD 10.3. and everything works fine since I am inside of the LAN, when I connect from internet it can successfully connect to the OpenVPN service but then there is no redirection at all back to internet.
Thank you very much
When booting, a bridge is created, but the two member networks are not added.
if I just do service netif restart, the members are added and the bridge is fine
but wlan0 is now open instead of secured.
if I then do service hostapd restart, the wlan0 is back to protected.
I have a few questions. My home system is using a bridge for various reasons, mostly to enable my VMS in BHyve to access the outside world through tap0.
My rc.conf and pf.conf are below. When I use this setup, my VMS can connect out and receive addresses on the network. When I reboot...
I am trying to share a single 10Gb ethernet outlet in my office between two machines by bridging across a FreeBSD server using the second port on its 10Gb card. The bridge works quite well, and the other machine gets network service. The FreeBSD server, however, does not, even though I added an...
My server have two physical ethernet ports. On igb0 comes tagged vlan traffic. I want igb1 to be used as a normal switch port with untagged traffix from vlan 1 so that I can connect my old network printer without using an additional physical network switch.
This is relevant parts of my...
I want to run Suricata in NETMAP mode on interface ix0, while bridging traffic from ix0 to ix1. The question is why does Suricata completely break the FreeBSD bridge when run in netmap mode, and more to the point, how should one configure Suricata to watch ix0 while also passing traffic...