[riot-devel] Reversed L2 addr in neighbor advertisement
oliver.hahm at inria.fr
Wed Feb 10 12:03:26 CET 2016
On Wed, Feb 10, 2016 at 12:30:57AM -0800, Michael Andersen wrote:
> As you can see in the attached picture, sometimes there are unicast
> neighbor advertisements sent to nonexistent addresses that are the reverse
> of the one doing the solicitation. In the picture, this is
> fe80::510:0:36d:1202 instead of fe80::212:6d03:0:1005
> I checked the RFC's and I can't see why this would be done deliberately,
> especially as those frames never get acked, so the other side is certainly
> not expecting this.
> Is there a HTONLL bug somewhere in the ND code?
> It doesn't happen all the time, so it can't be a bug on the main code path,
> I spent a couple hours looking for it but no luck (I don't know the
> codebase well).
Can you please add some debugging lines in
at line 178, 185 and 190 and set ENABLE_DEBUG to 1 in
to figure out which path is taken when this happens?
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