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- Feb 15 2016, 4:03 PM (362 w, 4 d)
Nov 25 2022
@marc_s Would you be able to open a PR against 1.3 ?
Nov 17 2022
@marc_s thanks for testing !
Nov 8 2022
@v.huti Thanks for investigating and testing! How about you create a PR with the patch against 1.3 / equuleus ?
Oct 5 2022
Ah, yeah, that's a valid point for gretap.
well, "gre" and "gretap" are different types of tunnels, with different features.. so it makes sense to test and validate with the normal "gre", as in your config I don't see a need for "gretap".
Oct 4 2022
Hmm, any specific reason for the tun0 encapsulation 'gretap' ? did you try with normal 'gre' tunnels ? Does it change anything?
Sep 29 2022
It'd be nice to get a newer igc driver version in 1.3 branch though, as there are now multiple good 2.5 GbE based platforms out there..
Yes, and no updates for the driver in 1.3.2. Ok, thanks!
So hmm, is it still the same issue in stock vyos 1.3.2 with i225 nics?
Apr 6 2021
Mar 31 2021
Hmm, where should the documentation for "gretap" be now? I checked the following and it's still missing:
Mar 4 2021
Feb 26 2021
This should now work aswell with the latest vyos 1.3 versions!
@c-po confirmed, works OK in vyos-1.3-beta-202102250443-amd64.iso. Thanks a lot!
Feb 25 2021
It seems the same problem (lack of "ethtool -g" support) happens also with "veth" interfaces.. ref T2516
I'm seeing the same problem with Xen HVM guests, where the paravirtualized nic-driver "xen_netfront" doesn't seem to support "ethtool -g".. ref T3347
Feb 23 2021
also having lots of NAT rules makes the vyos config handling and boot time very slow..
Feb 22 2021
and indeed the fix works, I'm now able to add more than 215 dnat rules, and still fetch the config over the vyos http api! Thanks a lot everyone.
If I disable Xen PV drivers using "xen_platform_pci=0" from the host/dom0 side, and thus I get emulated e1000 NICs in the Xen HVM guest, then setting address to ethernet interfaces works ok..
Feb 19 2021
Thanks a lot @jestabro ! I'll give it a go with the latest version(s).
Feb 17 2021
Feb 16 2021
Yeah.. I don't think it's a timeout issue really.. because of this:
Any comments here? Is this a known issue/limitation? I can look into the internals and do some debugging if this should be working in the current state..
Jan 26 2021
Nov 22 2020
@Viacheslav Thanks a lot, I'll give it a go, hopefully sometime next week.
Nov 13 2020
There are also other huawei LTE WWAN USB modules which use CDC/NCM drivers.. such as E3276 and E3372.. so it's not possible to use these anymore? I actually haven't used those with vyos myself yet, but I was planning to try it soon, as I have those USB WWAN modules available, and I've been using them with other linux distros (with cdc/ncm drivers).
Oct 21 2020
Did this work earlier in previous releases? is this a regression in 1.2.6-S1 ?
Aug 20 2020
So I'd love to have this feature back in, but I still don't understand why it was removed. It's ok if it needs to be implemented in some other ways, but for some reason there hasn't been any communication/replies to this issue.
Aug 18 2020
32-bit Xen PV support was dropped recently from upstream Linux kernel 5.9.
64-bit Xen PV is still supported in upstream Linux kernel.
Mar 24 2020
ok, thanks! I can test on xen aswell, when the fix is in 1.3/rolling.
does this also affect vyos 1.2, or only 1.3/rolling?
Mar 14 2020
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Nov 16 2017
Yep, let's get this feature back into VyOS !