The MAC of the lagg needs to be the same as the wireless interface.
I'm going to just state right now that using lagg as the failover
method for doing wireless/wired integration isn't supported by me. If
someone wants to make it supported then they need to claim it. :)
On 17 December 2013 05:06, dan_partelly <dan_parte...@rdsor.ro> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've set up wireless link aggregation on FreeBSD 10 RC1 and RC2 as
> described in the FreeBSD handbook, on an oldish Compaq nc6320 laptop.
> What happens is:
> If I boot the system with the Ethernet cable attached, I correctly get
> lagg0 active port on master- bg0- and the network is working correctly.
> (I mainly test pinging my gateway). When I pull the cable out, lagg0
> device correctly switches to wlan0 as shown by ifconfig (wlan0 is created
> from wpi0), but at the same time I get no more ping replies from my
> gateway. I can leave the system in this state for several minutes as an
> and no replies are coming through. A simple list of interfaces with
> ifconfig with no parameters brigs the network back to life, and I start to
> get back the due ping replyes, this time thrugh wireless link.
> Please, if possible en-light me on tis problem. I sat at your disposition
> with any info you may deem necessary to get this fixed (if it needs a fix).
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