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Problems with state syncronisation



Hi to all!

I have two firewalls configured in fail over, using OpenBSD 3.6, carp and pfsync.

Since I'have upgraded all of them to 3.6 I see lines like this in syslog:

Feb 14 10:16:23 fw-2 /bsd: pf: state insert failed: tree_lan_ext lan: xxx.xxx.xxx.255:138 gwy: xxx.xxx.xxx.255:138 ext: xxx.xxx.xxx.199:138 (from sync)
Feb 14 10:16:26 fw-2 /bsd: pf: state insert failed: tree_lan_ext lan: xxx.xxx.xxx.255:138 gwy: xxx.xxx.xxx.255:138 ext: xxx.xxx.xxx.3:138 (from sync)
Feb 14 10:16:26 fw-2 /bsd: pf: state insert failed: tree_lan_ext lan: xxx.xxx.xxy.255:137 gwy: xxx.xxx.xxy.255:137 ext: xxx.xxx.xxy.10:137 (from sync)
Feb 14 10:16:27 fw-2 /bsd: pf: state insert failed: tree_lan_ext lan: xxx.xxx.xxy.255:137 gwy: xxx.xxx.xxy.255:137 ext: xxx.xxx.xxy.10:137 (from sync)
Feb 14 10:16:27 fw-2 /bsd: pf: state insert failed: tree_lan_ext lan: xxx.xxx.xxy.255:137 gwy: xxx.xxx.xxy.255:137 ext: xxx.xxx.xxy.10:137 (from sync)



Those lines are always relative to broadcast addresses.


What can it be?

TIA
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Andrea Mistrali
I.NET 2 s.r.l.
I.NET Group: Managed Internet Connectivity