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SubjectRe: [BUG/WANT TO FIX] Equal Cost Multipath Broken in 2.4.x
On Thu, Dec 20, 2001 at 01:21:30PM +0200, Julian Anastasov wrote:

> > If anybody can point me in the direction of this problem, it must be known
> > as it has been there for a *long* time, it would be appreciated. I'll try to
> Yes, I remember people to report for this problem for long
> time but I was not able to reproduce it. May be it could be fixed
> with the following change (only compiled):

Your patch does not appear to relate to iproute-20010824. I think I've found
the problem, however. I think there has been an API change between 2.2 and
2.4. 'ip' compiled under 2.2 will not properly configure ECMP on 2.4!

If I recompile tc under 2.4, the problem disappears.

Maybe ip should warn against this? Should be easy to do.



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