ethernet tunnels with OpenSSH
- From: Micha Borrmann <borrmann@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2007 23:25:27 +0100
I've a problem with the ethernet tunnel feature of recent OpenSSH versions.
With a layer 3 tunnel all things are working great. Here is my setup:
A client with OpenSSH has one interface and is connected to an OpenSSH server. These server isn't the gateway of a network (but in another network than the client), so it has only one ethernet card. I can use an IP tunnel without problems. All is running fine on Linux with the tun interfaces. But I would like to use a layer 2 tunnel.
If I run on the client
ssh -o Tunnel=ethernet -w 0:0 server
the tap devices are created by OpenSSH.
On the server I've typed
brctl addbr br0
brctl addif br0 eth0
brctl addif br0 tap0
ifconfig br0 10.1.1.1
and then on the client I can see the ethernet broadcasts on the tap0 interface! But, the client can't use these network, because on the server the requests don't sent in to the network. I've seen on the server ARP broadcast requests from the client, but no answers.
I haven't found examples for layer 2 tunnels with OpenSSH.
I'm happy abount any helpful hint
Thanks in advance
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