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Exclude certain interfaces from transmitting with new flag #1

job opened this Issue Jun 23, 2014 · 1 comment


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job commented Jun 23, 2014

Would be very useful if one could exclude certain interfaces with a commandline flag from every being candidate to transmit a packet on, this flag is particularly useful in combination with -C, -L -E, -F or -N on boxes connected to an internet exchange.

I propose that the following:

ladvd -a -z -L -e em0 -e em1

will transmit LLDP packets on all interfaces in the system, except em0 and em1, even if it would receive a neighbor discovery packet on em0 and em1 (so -a does not apply to em0 and em1)


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sspans Nov 3, 2014


Working on it, will have a patch soonish


sspans commented Nov 3, 2014

Working on it, will have a patch soonish

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@sspans sspans closed this in 5ce264a Nov 4, 2014

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