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Re: [Xen-devel] Checksumming problem in pv_ops dom0 kernel / netback

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Subject: Re: [Xen-devel] Checksumming problem in pv_ops dom0 kernel / netback
From: Stefan Kuhne <stefan.kuhne@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2010 13:48:33 +0100
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Am 17.03.2010 13:34, schrieb S.H. Verbrugge:


> Ever since we switched to a pv_ops dom0 kernel (we were using 2.6.26 
> xenkernel from Debian repo before, with Xen 3.2),
> we started to have some problems when attempting to route packets on a domU.
> The following message appears in dmesg on the dom0:
> "Attempting to checksum a non-TCP/UDP packet, dropping a protocol 1 packet"
I know one how has same problem.
I've a similar Problem.

I can ping from routing DomU and Dom0 to Internet, but no one else can.

See also:
Post " pv_ops and routing DomU" from 10/03/09 on Xen-Devel

Stefan Kuhne

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