I've got a issue here, I'm not sure if its a bug or something..
the problem is:
I use EoIP allot and now on my test rig, I've got 2 routerboards connected via EoIP + bridge on both devices and a Ethernet cable between them, 1 device is a hotspot, ok... ive noticed that if I unplug the cable between the 2 routers that the EoIP Tunnel on the hotspot goes MAD!! and generates max traffic and blast GRE packets like in thousands (I guess trying to reconnect) and crash the router and make it go into panic mode and then it reboots and then its fine ....done with its emotional outbreak....
So can someone please tell me to fix this issue or is it a bug? ...I've been trying for days to fix it, but now I give up!
I've tried everything, only EoIP seems to work for me, vpls doesnt seem to work, it refuses to link up, makes me feel like a idiot..EoIP go mad sometimes. Try another way of making a l2. l2tp or vpls.
I'm on v6rc13, its the best version for me, out of them all, but... v6.1 does the same, it only reboots faster because of watchdogWhat RouterOS version is this? Have you tried latest 6.2 if it is not already? Do you use keepalive in the tunnel configuration?
Hi, thx for link
Its all routerboard. RB750GL configured to be a hotspot (10.5.7.1/16) and RB751U-2Knd (10.5.8.1/16, latest version of ros does the same thing only worst, it cause the device to reboot all the time.did you update to latest RouterOS?
other router is x86 box (10.5.7.1)?
can you add pcap file with one packet or several packets for inspection?
When plugged in ARP does its talk and the other units reply so I assume so, but when I disable the hotspot on the 10.5.7.1 unit, the problem is gone! so maybe the bug is in the hotspot function..can 10.5.8.1 access 10.5.7.1 an vica versa at l2?