Re: ciped-cb: opendev: alloc: Invalid argument|
"Hans Voss" <hansv,AT,jazzter,DOT,xs4all,DOT,nl>|
Tue, 26 Mar 2002 13:53:16 +0100|
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Ik remember having trouble with SuSE 7.1 and 7.2. I needed to
recompile CIPE in order to make it work. The precompiled versions
didn't work properly with non SuSE CIPE versions. (So I got a
'vanilla' CIPE source and rebuild). Maybe this helps.
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From: "Marcus Frischherz" <marcus,AT,casaberg,DOT,at>
Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2002 11:46 PM
Subject: ciped-cb: opendev: alloc: Invalid argument
> I used to use cipe to connect two Linux machines. They both used to
> run SuSE 7.1, and it worked fine (cipe 1.5.2 on both). Recently I
> upgraded one to SuSE 7.3, and both to kernel 2.4.16, and since
> then cipe does not work anymore. With cipe 1.5.2 (using pkcipe)
> the connection is
> established, both machines open the cipcb0 device, but I can't get
> a single packet through the tunnel. Now I tried the current
> snapshot (20020321), now the receiving machine gives the message:
> ciped-cb: opendev: alloc: Invalid argument
> and doesn't even open the cipcb0 device.
> The setup is as follows:
> both ip-addresses are static, one is directly on the internet, the
> other one is masqueraded through a dlink 704 cable router (with
> the service I defined for pkcipe being routed to the machine in
> question). And as I said, everything worked fine until I upgraded
> the kernel and SuSE. Oh.. I have recompiled cipe since then
> numerous times.
> any ideas?
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