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Re: Net.Manager

On 27 Mar 2013, at 11:46, Anil Madhavapeddy wrote:

> On 27 Mar 2013, at 11:44, Vincent Bernardoff <vb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On 27/03/2013 11:36, Haris Rotsos wrote:
>>> sorry replied too late to the first mail. Ok tell me when the code is
>>> ready for the tap case to see the resulting API and we can see then how
>>> we can fit something in a more modular way.
>> For now I made that:
>> https://github.com/vbmithr/ocaml-tuntap
>> This is a Linux/Mac library that covers only creating/attaching tun/tap 
>> interfaces, extracted out of the mirage tab stubs and completed for Linux.
> Mort: does this fix your weird Linux routing problem with the old tap code?

ok, tried this, sort of, i think. short answer: no joy.

that is, 

- i pulled and built the latest ocaml-tuntap, producing tunctl.native.
- i ran "sudo ./tunctl.native add tap0 ; sudo ./tunctl.native inet tap0"
- i ran "make run" in mirage-www

...and i still get the same results, i.e., i see the outgoing SYN on lo getting 
a RST in response. i also see pings to being received on and replied 
to via lo. i tried creating tap1 with address which worked fine, but 
same results -- trying to get packets (eg., ping) to causes them to be 
visible on lo and not on tap1.

or am i missing something obvious?



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