> Am 13.10.2016 um 16:18 schrieb Dimitris Papastamos <s...@2f30.org>:
>> On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 03:43:54PM +0200, Stefan Sperling wrote:
>>> On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 02:23:20PM +0100, Edd Barrett wrote:
>>> Since vmm is now enabled, I thought I would have a play.
>>> So far so good, but I've not managed to get the host on the internet
>>> If I set up a vmm VM on my laptop, we have on the host:
>>> * iwn0 providing internet access to the host
>>> * tap0 connected to vio0 in the guest.
>>> What is the reccommended way to give the guest internet access via iwn0?
>>> I thought I could bridge the interfaces using bridge(4), but it seems I
>>> am wrong. (I have a vague recollection that a bridge involving a
>>> wireless interface doesn't do as one might expect, but I don't recall
>>> the exact details).
>>> (I also tried routing between the two interfaces, using static addresses
>>> for tap0 and vio0, then adding a default route in the guest and a static
>>> route in the host. I was able to ping between the host and guest via
>>> tap, but I couldn't ping between subnets.)
>>> (Yep, I have net.inet.ip.forwarding=1).
>> Use NAT.
>> Bridging over wifi does not work (limitation of the ieee802.11 standard).
> Just hijacking the thread for a moment, I tried vmm yesterday in
> bridge mode with em(4). Everything works fine except dhcp. I cannot use
> dhclient to get an address from within the vm. IPv6 SLAAC works though
> as well as setting IPv4 addresses manually.
> Any ideas?
Do you run dhclient on the host as well (on em0)?
It is a known problem that dhclient "steals" dhcp packets from the stack with
its bpf drop filter.
For laptop or mobile hosts, I suggest to use NAT and dhcpd on a vether0 in the
same bridge as the taps.