[Cerowrt-devel] upnpd problem semi-solved
dave.taht at gmail.com
Thu Jan 30 10:06:01 EST 2014
I have been gradually realizing that solving all the problems highly
dynamically assigned native
ipv6 brings us is not going to get solved this week, or this year.
anyway, I am still working on stablizing comcast specific stuff here:
but since tunnels don't go boom it's more suitable for general use...
improvements since the last time I talked about anything:
+ rngd, polipo, ahcpd, pimd, both web servers, - moved to procd
+ upnpd updated and at least partially fixed
+ babeld logs to /dev/null
hopefully this should stop running out of memory and flash.
+ tunnelling headaches sorta solved
we no longer spin out of control when establishing an he tunnel
while a native ipv6 session is active
- tunneling headaches
but a ton of things don't work either, like dns
advise: tunnel or run native, not both
turn off sourcerouting for tunnels (as yet)
- ipv6 dynamic headaches
poor integration with ahcp, dhcp-pd, etc
(and I only get a /60 from comcast)
(and a reboot of the router led to getting new addresses
assigned and caused chaos through my ahcpd'd
and dhcp-pd'd testbed)
- a source of unaligned instruction traps found but not fixed
The trap occurs during the call to SyS_prlimit64.
Didn't see anything obvious that said "I'm
possibly unaligned, fixme"
- package signing broke a few releases back
disabled here. ENOTIME.
- babeld not moved to procd
- babeld fails to detect a channel on AP wireless interfaces.
- haven't necessarily got all the ucitrack dependencies right overall
- still no mosh on the router...
in other news, ipv6 support has landed for mosh, upstream
dropbear is adding support for TOS setting, and
I actually saw dnsmasq doing dnssec validation without crashing (on x86).
I am overjoyed to finally have ipv6 support for mosh upstream. Now I
can finally go e2e with it and leave a ton of connections nailed up.
note: ipv6 support requires a newer perl library than the previous generation of
On Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 11:54 AM, Maciej Soltysiak <maciej at soltysiak.com> wrote:
> DLNA discovery is using SSDP. SSDP are multicasts which don't easily
> traverse between interfaces.
> minissdp is supposed to proxy between interfaces. I think it also
> keeps track of the devices so it can respond on behalf of other
> I'm running 3.10.18-1. If there's a build you would suggest I try, I'm
> happy to do it.
> On Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 7:19 PM, Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Well, I see ipv6 support in the current codebase, don't know if it's
>> in the codebase I'm trying now...
>> my understanding of the separate minissdp server was that it acted as
>> an arbitrator between
>> multiple possible users of the functionality (like dlna)
>> On Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 9:25 AM, Paul Handly <paul at hand.ly> wrote:
>>> SSDP registration (server) and subsequent discovery (client) across
>>> subnets was what I needed minissdpd for, but the devices I was trying to
>>> drive (Sonos) are kind of pricey as a test case.
>>> Having an IPv6 address on the listen interface/s broke the old build of
>>> minissdpd, so I had to choose between IPv6 and Sonos.
>>> Paul Handly <paul at hand.ly>
>>> On Wed, Jan 29, 2014, at 11:55, Dave Taht wrote:
>>>> The version I was carrying in ceropackages was obsolete and didn't
>>>> into fw3. Dropped that release, built from openwrt head, I can open ports
>>>> from the transmission bittorrent client and from dns-sd (on macos) now.
>>>> the author tells me the latest version (not what I built, it's only a
>>>> few days old) does PCP also.
>>>> 1) It's not clear to me why minissdpd was needed?
>>>> 2) Are there any other test cases I could try?
>>>> Dave Täht
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>> Dave Täht
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