I'm trying to set a longer timeout on a udp state, and for some reason it
seems to be disappearing before the expiration 8-/.
There are 3 rules involved:
pass in quick on vlan110 proto udp from any to port = 9430 tag VOIP_UDP keep
state (udp.multiple 360)
pass out quick on $ext_if proto udp
rebound(8) was remove in January, but I don't see an entry in
plus67.html or 67.html.
Should it be mentioned in either one these pages?
it seems the things work just when i rebuild userland completely (im pretty
sure i did it only with compiling kernel in past, correct me if i wrong?).
btw, questions for the Devs.
Looking at the cvs history, i really worried that you do not expand
rt_tableid_max limit for the years, moreover now
Alex Naumov wrote on Wed, May 13, 2020 at 01:10:47PM +0200:
> since rpki-client has its own home page like other "associated projects",
> it makes sense to add a new link.
Committed with a tweak; i put it next to OpenBGPD.
Thanks for the suggestion,
> Index: index.html
I've misinterpreted the situation.
Previous to 6.7, and probably in most other operating systems, this
was limited to 65535 / 100 or 644.
But now the range is extended. Wait about 3 days, upgrade, etc.
Theo de Raadt wrote:
> We supply source code, so this took under 60 seconds to find:
We supply source code, so this took under 60 seconds to find:
SO_RCVTIMEO is in uipc_socket.c
memcpy(, mtod(m, struct timeval *), sizeof tv);
I've noticed some weird behavior of the setsockopt(2) system call.
Given the following little test program ...
main(int argc, char *argv)
Mihai Popescu @ 2020-05-16 20:24 IST:
> I tried UEFI/GPT but things went wrong and I was not able to boot OpenBSD's
> kernel after install.
Check if you are actually booting into UEFI mode, both during & after
> Is there any penalty using BIOS/MBR versus UEFI/GPT?
> Are there any
I always used the rt_tableid_max expanded to 16 bit range in past releases
5.x and after rebuilding the kernel it worked immediately.
But now I installed 6.6 on the new system, and after changing
rt_tableid_max (and new rt_tableid_mask and bits values too), my whole
userland throw an
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