Re: [PATCH ipv4 multicast] Fix IPv4 multicast over network namespaces

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From: Benjamin LaHaise <bcrl@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2012 12:12:28 -0400

> When using multicast over a local bridge feeding a number of LXC guests
> using veth, the LXC guests are unable to get a response from other guests
> when pinging 224.0.0.1.  Multicast packets did not appear to be getting
> delivered to the network namespaces of the guest hosts, and further
> inspection showed that the incoming route was pointing to the loopback
> device of the host, not the guest.  This lead to the wrong network namespace
> being picked up by sockets (like ICMP).  Fix this by using the correct
> network namespace when creating the inbound route entry.

No signoff.

No proper subsystem prefix in Subject line (should be "ipv4: " here)

And third you've been warned about this repeatedly in your previous
patch postings.

Therefore I'm not applying this.
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