Hello,

    I'm sorry if this is not the right maillst to post, but since I got no
answer from the bridge/rbridge administrators, I hope someone here can help
me.
    I installed Solaris11 on a virtualbox and, after installing quagga
package, I tried to create a couple of rbridges connected through two
simnet links and I got a error that I cannot understand what is going on.

commands executed:

    #creating two simnet_links and connect each other.
    dladm create-simnet lnk1
    dladm create-simnet lnk2
    dladm modify-simnet -p lnk1 lnk2

     #checking
     dladm show-link
     lnk1    simnet     1500    up    lnk2
     lnk2    simnet     1500    up    lnk1

    #creating the Rbridges using simnet links
    dladm create-bridge -P trill -l lnk1 brg_one
    dladm create-bridge -P trill -l lnk2 brg_two

     #checking
     dladm show-link
     lnk1            simnet     1500    up    lnk2
     lnk2            simnet     1500    up    lnk1
     brg_one0    bridge     1500    up    lnk1
     brg_two0     bridge     1500    up    lnk2

     #checking for the trilld daemon
     ps axu | grep -i trilld
     root      1162    (more info) /usr/sbin/trilld -
     root      1156    (more info) /usr/sbin/trilld -

     #creating trilld config files from daemon, in order to Debug.
     cat << __EOF__ >> /opt/trill1d.conf
     hostname rbridge_one
     password 123456
     enable password 123456
     log file /tmp/trill1.log
     __EOF__

     cat << __EOF__ >> /opt/trill2d.conf
     hostname rbridge_two
     password 123456
     enable password 123456
     log file /tmp/trill2.log
     __EOF__

     #executing trilld using config files
     trilld -d -A 127.0.0.1 -i /tmp/trill1.pid -P 2068 -f /opt/trill1d.conf
brg_one
     trilld -d -A 127.0.0.1 -i /tmp/trill2.pid -P 2069 -f /opt/trill2d.conf
brg_two

     # I checked if the tcp ports were open and
     # if the two new trilld were also running... everything was ok.
     # I connected via telnet to ports 2068 and 2069 and
     # executed all "show trill" and "show isis" commands
     # but no values returned.

     #checking the LOGs...

     cat /tmp/trill1.log

     2012/12/17 22:40:00 ISIS:   sending of LAN Level 1 Hello failed on lnk1
     2012/12/17 22:40:20 ISIS:   sending of LAN Level 1 Hello failed on lnk1
     2012/12/17 22:40:33 ISIS:   sending of LAN Level 1 Hello failed on lnk1
     2012/12/17 22:40:41 ISIS:   sending of LAN Level 1 Hello failed on lnk1

     cat /tmp/trill2.log

     2012/12/17 22:40:00 ISIS:   sending of LAN Level 1 Hello failed on lnk2
     2012/12/17 22:40:20 ISIS:   sending of LAN Level 1 Hello failed on lnk2
     2012/12/17 22:40:33 ISIS:   sending of LAN Level 1 Hello failed on lnk2
     2012/12/17 22:40:41 ISIS:   sending of LAN Level 1 Hello failed on lnk2

    The question is, am I doing something wrong? When I start two VMs
connected by Virtualbox network devices, the rbridges can communicate and
ISIS messages are exchanged normally.
     Since I don't have a physical hardware to keep trying, can someone
execute these commands and tell me if the error happens?


Best Regards.
-----
Daniel
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