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28 Nov 2021
@mhnoyes:matrix.orgmhnoyeslartc and netdev mailinglists were both on vger16:20:00
@mhnoyes:matrix.orgmhnoyesTo boot the linux-wireless list was there.16:20:45
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29 Nov 2021
@mhnoyes:matrix.orgmhnoyesMy journey down the linux DSA rabbit hole has revealed quite a few L2/L3/L4 use cases (QoS, port mirror, drop port 80, DDoS mitigation using sFlow/IPFIX real time monitoring, etc.) for traffic control (tc), and tc-flower(8).16:54:28
@mhnoyes:matrix.orgmhnoyesThere is an example of limiting bandwidth by vlan that I ran across somewhere too.17:05:17
* @mhnoyes:matrix.orgmhnoyes looks forward to using network asic that are switchdev aware utilizing dent https://dent.dev/dentos/ https://github.com/Marvell-switching/Switchdev-prestera/wiki https://netdevconf.info/0x15/slides/34/03_switchdev_Marvell_Prestera-DENT_Moti-Nisim.pdf17:09:12
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My journey down the linux DSA rabbit hole has revealed quite a few L2/L3/L4 use cases (QoS, port mirror, drop port 80, DDoS mitigation using sFlow/IPFIX real time monitoring, etc.) for traffic control (tc), and tc-flower(8).
Do you think you could document this in the wiki as well while we can still remember? 😄
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@mhnoyes:matrix.orgmhnoyes bkil: I'm still trying to understand tc and tc-flower and how they relate to DSA. I can give you the links, as I have them saved for future use. 18:31:21
@bkil:grin.hubkilWhy not share the links over a wiki page? It would get lost on a chat like this.18:33:31
@mhnoyes:matrix.orgmhnoyes bkil: We have the ability to send files using Element's paperclip. 18:39:27
@mhnoyes:matrix.orgmhnoyesJust one reason matrix is better than irc.18:40:09
@bkil:grin.hubkil

mhnoyes: You can also share personal markdown notes via git - no wiki server needed for that:

  • https://gitlab.com/bkil/freedom-fighters/-/blob/master/hu/service/vcs-code-hosting.md
19:01:22
@_neb_rssbot_=40bkil=3amatrix.org:matrix.orgRSS Bot [@bkil:matrix.org] Talk about Documentation - OpenWrt Forum:
Question about IP set extras
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@_neb_rssbot_=40bkil=3amatrix.org:matrix.orgRSS Bot [@bkil:matrix.org] Talk about Documentation - OpenWrt Forum:
Package pages question
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@jfrcom:matrix.orgjfrcomHello, anybody here? I have a quick question: I just set up my router as a dumb AP and gave it in OpenWrt a static ip address. However, I can now no longer reach it under the address I set. A couple hours ago I could (even after reboot) so I assume I was supposed to also assign it a static ip in my main router which I did not. Anything I can do?22:57:01
30 Nov 2021
@bartvanzoest:matrix.orgBart van ZoestWhich IP did DHCP assign to it?06:06:34
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@bkil:grin.hubkil It's good manners to also reserve a static lease on your main router (or allocate an IP outside the DHCP range), but your main router should also be able to detect used IP's and not cause IP address collisions. Anyway, try nmap 09:03:28
@bkil:grin.hubkil What could matter depending on your exact setup (like double NAT) is whether you access the AP when connected to it directly or through the main router. hostname collisions could also cause issues, as well as the two two subnets overlapping in case of double NAT. If in doubt, just try failsafe mode jfrcom 09:05:18
@bkil:grin.hubkil * It's good manners to also reserve a static lease on your main router (or allocate an IP outside the DHCP range), but your main router should also be able to detect used IP's and not cause IP address collisions. Anyway, try nmap 10:46:41
@bkil:grin.hubkil * What could matter depending on your exact setup (like double NAT) is whether you access the AP when connected to it directly or through the main router. hostname collisions could also cause issues, as well as the two two subnets overlapping in case of double NAT. If in doubt, just try failsafe mode jfrcom 10:46:59
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