Re: Re :Re: Re :Re: Re :Re: Bridging LACP (802.3ad) frames not working

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2010/1/13 Stephen Hemminger <shemminger@xxxxxxxxxx>:
> On Wed, 13 Jan 2010 16:47:14 +0000
> jhautbois@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>
>> (snip)
>> > I meant they get processed locally, before that they were dropped.
>>
>> > The best solution is to write an ebtables rule to forward them.
>>
>> Mmh, I can understand that, but I can't see which kind of rule would do
>> that.
>> Something like :
>> ebtables -A FORWARDING -p 0x8809 -j ACCEPT ??
>>
>> But I think this will not do anything, because it is forwarding by default.
>> Or there is something I can't see :-).
>>
>
> You need to put the rule on the local input not forwarding chain.
>

You mean :
ebtables -A INPUT -p 0x8809 -j ACCEPT ?

According to my understanding of this graph :
http://ebtables.sourceforge.net/br_fw_ia/PacketFlow.png
I can't understand why it has to be in the INPUT...

JM
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