Bug#348729: please recheck with zeroconf 0.8

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Bug#348729: please recheck with zeroconf 0.8

Anand Kumria
Hi,

Could you please recheck this with zeroconf 0.8 or later?

Thanks,
Anand

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Bug#348729: please recheck with zeroconf 0.8

Mikael Nilsson
Tested zeroconf 0.9-1:

I had to first uninstall network-manager (which does not use if-up.d and
friends...), and re-enable laptop-net. That all worked.

Now, trying again I have the same symptoms as before:

I get two IP addresses. I can ping hosts on the same hub, or outside our
network. Hosts on another hub in our building are unreachable. In
particular, our printer, which is my test subject :-)

Uninstalling zeroconf, and unplugging/plugging cable and it works again.

So: I see no difference at all in behavior. It is still buggy
somewhere...

I haven't tested Bug#348703, but I assume I'll see the same thing there.

/Mikael

sön 2006-04-30 klockan 18:55 +1000 skrev Anand Kumria:
> Hi,
>
> Could you please recheck this with zeroconf 0.8 or later?
>
> Thanks,
> Anand
>
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Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose


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Bug#348729: please recheck with zeroconf 0.8

Anand Kumria
Hi Mikael,

On Tue, May 02, 2006 at 06:04:09PM +0200, Mikael Nilsson wrote:

> Tested zeroconf 0.9-1:
>
> I had to first uninstall network-manager (which does not use if-up.d and
> friends...), and re-enable laptop-net. That all worked.
>
> Now, trying again I have the same symptoms as before:
>
> I get two IP addresses. I can ping hosts on the same hub, or outside our
> network. Hosts on another hub in our building are unreachable. In
> particular, our printer, which is my test subject :-)

Sorry, I've lost track of the various networks you've been testing
against. Is that your home, uni or work one?

> Uninstalling zeroconf, and unplugging/plugging cable and it works again.
>
> So: I see no difference at all in behavior. It is still buggy
> somewhere...
>
> I haven't tested Bug#348703, but I assume I'll see the same thing there.

If you can get me:
        - ip -4 addr, ip -4 route before
        - 'ip monitor' during
        - output from 'zeroconf -n -v -i ethX'
        - ip -4 addr, ip -4 route after

that'll be enough for me to determine what the issue is.

Thanks,
Anand

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 `When any government, or any church for that matter, undertakes to say to
  its subjects, "This you may not read, this you must not see, this you are
  forbidden to know," the end result is tyranny and oppression no matter how
  holy the motives' -- Robert A Heinlein, "If this goes on --"


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