Status: Closed (View Workflow)
Affects Version/s: 1.0.0
Fix Version/s: 1.4.0
local testlab with pica8 switch. End user devices installed on proxmox
I'm not sure its really a bug we can solve.
It happens only when end user hosts are running on proxmox. I already proven that this doesn't happen for example on VMware (when switches run in promiscuous mode). I GUESS it's because proxmox uses bridges (that should behave as L2 switches).
In the specific scenario, we've two hosts attached to the pica8 switch that needs to communicate thanks to onos-app-fwd.
The hosts can communicate but when I type devices this is what I see:
id=00:E0:81:C6:23:FE/-1, mac=00:E0:81:C6:23:FE, location=of:5e3e486e73000187/2, vlan=-1, ip(s)=
id=00:E0:81:C6:23:FF/-1, mac=00:E0:81:C6:23:FF, location=of:5e3e486e73000187/1, vlan=-1, ip(s)=
id=5E:F0:65:8E:37:18/-1, mac=5E:F0:65:8E:37:18, location=of:5e3e486e73000187/1, vlan=-1, ip(s)=[192.168.50.2]
id=B2:7A:CD:BF:54:29/-1, mac=B2:7A:CD:BF:54:29, location=of:5e3e486e73000187/2, vlan=-1, ip(s)=[192.168.50.1]
5E:F0:65:8E:37:18 and B2:7A:CD:BF:54:29 are the mac addresses of the VMs NIC (what we expect to see).
00:E0:81:C6:23:FF and 00:E0:81:C6:23:FE are the mac addresses of the physical interfaces on the hypervisor. (what we wouldn't expect to see).