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Subject: Re: loss of network connectivity 12.0-RC1 / re0
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> On 21 Nov 2018, at 21:04, Philip Homburg <pch-fbsd-1@u-1.phicoh.com> =
wrote:
>=20
>> Since installing one of the first betas of 12.0 and yesterday with =
RC1 I=20
>> notice network connectivity failures every now and then. I have to
>> see if I can find the time to find a reliable trigger.
>=20
> On a diffrent machine, this time with em0, starting tcpdump made IPv6 =
work=20
> again. [etc]

An effect of promiscuous mode is to disable any hardware filtering =
particularly of MAC addresses. If something in that area is awry then =
running tcpdump may well =E2=80=98fix=E2=80=99 it.

--
Bob Bishop
rb@gid.co.uk







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