Just as a note using netgraph (with jng script as a workaround) works....

Also manually creating a bridge in the domu and adding xn0 as a member
makes this fail.... so the issue is indeed related to the bridge.

I'll open a PR later in case someone want to look into it, but I'm happy it
works with netgraph.


Melhores Cumprimentos // Best Regards
-----------------------------------------------
*Miguel Clara*
*IT - Sys Admin & Developer*

On Sat, Jul 23, 2016 at 8:16 PM, Miguel C <miguelmcl...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I had a freebsd 10 DOMU running with VIMAGE support but since there were
> some fixes in 11 I decided to give it a go...
>
> I made a clean install  and just migrated some backup config and adapted
> as needed (I only have one jail running on this box for plex and all media
> is in zfs)
> After the clean install I ofc rebuilded the kernel with VIMAGE support and
> that's the only change from GENERIC
>
> I noticed the vif interface was disappearing on the Dom0 a bit after this
> machine boot and I was able to track the issue... if I don't start the jail
> at boot I have network, so then I tried to do it manually (jail -c plex in
> this case) and although I still see "xn0" in the Dom0 (netbsd) the vif
> interface is now gone.
>
> Since I use vnet for the jail and the "jib" script provided in
> src/share/examples/jails I suspect its when the bridging occurred that
> network fails.
>
> All the scrip does is create a bridge and add both xn0 and the newly
> created epair.
>
> Thanks
>
> Melhores Cumprimentos // Best Regards
> -----------------------------------------------
> *Miguel Clara*
> *IT - Sys Admin & Developer*
>
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