[avahi] avahi not publishing ssh/sftp records (workaround)
lennart at poettering.net
Mon Sep 3 07:07:14 PDT 2007
On Wed, 29.08.07 23:11, Janos Farkas (chexum+0f4f4 at gmail.com) wrote:
> Trying to not divert from the topic, each vlan should be a completely
> separate ethernet looking device, except for the fact, that the "base"
> eth0 device is "up", without ipv4 addresses, and this device may see some
> some weird packets (the vlan-tagged ones), if watched closely. (That is,
> they will not be recognized by the OS as a duplicate of the "other"
> packet, but with tcpdump, you can examine them just as well.)
> > If you register a service manually on GW, by calling:
> > avahi-publish-service test _test._tcp 80
> > does this work?
> "Too many arguments", but the following works:
Really? Works fine here! Something fishy is going on. Could you please
> vlan814 is only a pppoe link (think ~ eth2), without actual ipv4
> addresses, just like eth0 (which has only vlan traffic, no actual IP)
> It may be of interest that each ll ipv6 interface has the same address
> (and the vlans the same as the base eth0). How this (when disabling
> ipv6) affects the registering of the ssh services is a bit too above
> my head right now :)
Hmm. Strange. Looks like a bug. I will give it another look when I
preprare the next release.
Lennart Poettering Red Hat, Inc.
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