Same thing I was thinking, there is nothing else that should limit vlans in
On Tue, Dec 7, 2010 at 6:33 AM, John Baldwin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Monday, December 06, 2010 8:18:07 pm Mihai-Catalin Salgau wrote:
> > Hello Freebsd-net,
> > I have two dual port NICs, one Broadcom(bce0,bce1) and one
> Intel(em0,em1), on FreeBSD 8-stable
> > (about two weeks old) with a DHCP server running.
> > I've been successfully using a large number of vlans over bce1,em0 and
> em1 with iSCSI,
> > but wanted to switch to AoE(ata over ethernet). I've set vlandevs by
> round-robin, and got
> > vlan1 on bce0, vlan2 on em0, vlan3 on em1, vlan4 on bce0....vlan12 on
> em1. I've binded
> > net/vblade instances to each interface, but the problem I'm facing now
> is that while
> > vlans 1-10 are working properly, vlans 11 and 12 won't see any traffic
> unless the interface is
> > in promiscuous mode. I noticed that while trying to attach tcpdump and
> saw the thing instantly work.
> > I've had no problems with iSCSI over the same setup, and dhcp packets
> are getting trough properly.
> > I've moved those last two vlans to bce0 and they work ok, but I'm a bit
> locked on why this is happening.
> > Are there any known limitations on vlans on e1000?
> Are you using the 'vlanhwfilter' feature?
> John Baldwin
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