Re: [pfSense] [Bulk] Re: Another OPT1 routing question

2014-08-13 Thread Chris Murray
Thanks,

The MAC address is still there, yes. LAN and WAN do not have a MAC
address specified, but OPT1 still does after my troubleshooting. All
problems were resolved after assigning the NICs again, but I can remove
the MAC for clarity.

Chris

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Subject: Re: [Bulk] Re: [pfSense] Another OPT1 routing question

You wrote I did correct the MAC address for OPT1, , please note that
it is normally not needed to configure the MAC addresses of networkcards
inside the pfSense webgui. (only sometimes if you want to avoid some ISP
arp-cache update issue when changing hardware) make sure to remove that
setting if you still have it but want to have pfSense use the same mac's
that the (virtual) nic really have. I suspect that this is now causing
the 'duplicate' mac on the pfSense interfaces.

Greets PiBa-NL

compdoc schreef op 10-8-2014 16:21:
 em1 third MAC address (up) -- shouldn't that be the second MAC
address?

 Are you saying two interfaces have the same mac address even after 
 reassignment? That's not right.



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Re: [pfSense] [Bulk] Re: Another OPT1 routing question

2014-08-10 Thread PiBa
You wrote I did correct the MAC address for OPT1, , please note that 
it is normally not needed to configure the MAC addresses of networkcards 
inside the pfSense webgui. (only sometimes if you want to avoid some ISP 
arp-cache update issue when changing hardware) make sure to remove that 
setting if you still have it but want to have pfSense use the same mac's 
that the (virtual) nic really have. I suspect that this is now causing 
the 'duplicate' mac on the pfSense interfaces.


Greets PiBa-NL

compdoc schreef op 10-8-2014 16:21:

em1 third MAC address (up) -- shouldn't that be the second MAC address?


Are you saying two interfaces have the same mac address even after
reassignment? That's not right.



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