> Hey there,
> The new network-manager in disco does connectivity checking
> per-device/connection type which doesn't play nicely with th rp_filter=1
> default that procps sets in Ubuntu
> The details of the discussions in
> but a summary is
> 'it uses libcurl and binds the HTTP request to the device, using the
> SO_BINDTODEVICE socket option. rc_filter=1 rejects all incoming packets,
> if the sender wouldn't also be reached via that device. It thus
> counteracts SO_BINDTODEVICE.'
> Basically those are conflicting so we need to either disable the
> connectivity checker or change the rp_filter default. It looks like
> systemd upstream and fedora already decided to change to default to
> rp_filter=2 (loose)
> Can we do the same in Ubuntu?
> Sebastien Bacher
Loose is reasonable. +1 from me.
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