On Sun, Sep 06, 2015 at 11:05:41AM -0400, Daniel Eischen wrote:
D> Please add an entry to src/UPDATING to explain the change needed.
D> Also, my question remains, if wlan now knows how to set the MAC
D> address, do we still need to set the MAC address manually and
D> can we go back to using lagg just like it was 2 non-wireless
D> connections (in the case that the underlying wireless device
D> _can_ change the MAC address).
D> In the case that the underlying wireless device cannot change
D> the MAC address, then the examples should change the MAC
D> address of the wired device to match that of the wireless
D> instead of the other way around (or recommend doing it this
D> way all the time).
As Adrian already explained, changing MAC of WiFi is incorrect
in general, changing MAC of Ethernet is correct way. This was
true before the change as well. It accidentially did work
before for some devices.
I have added entry to updating. The ifconfig_iwn0="" lines in
rc.conf are now just a harmless junk. I don't think that we
need to request users to clean it up.
Totus tuus, Glebius.
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