On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 12:08:56PM +0100, Linus Lüssing wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 27, 2018 at 11:08:20AM +0100, Rafał Miłecki wrote:
> > I've problem when using OpenWrt/LEDE on a home router with Broadcom's
> > FullMAC WiFi chipset.
> Hi Rafał,
> Thanks for reporting this issue!
> > Can you see any solution for this problem? Is that an option to stop
> > multicast-to-unicast from touching 802.11f packets? Some other ideas?
> > Obviously I can't modify Broadcom's firmware and drop that obsoleted
> > standard.
> Just to avoid some potential confusion: This is more an issue of
> hairpinning than it is an issue of multicast-to-unicast per se,
> right?
> That is, if you set this to 0 manually:
> /sys/class/net/<ap-iface>/brport/multicast_to_unicast
> Then the issue still occurs, right?

Btw., if in OpenWRT/LEDE you set 'option multicast_to_unicast 0'
in /etc/config/network for the bridge (and not bridge port)
then netifd should refrain from setting the bridge hairpinning and
AP isolation on wireless devices, too, if I remember correctly.

Can you confirm that the issue disappears for you then?

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