LADVD (LLDP) 1.2.2 no TX or RX on PFSence 2.4
Basically the title. No LLDP after upgrade. I re-installed the package, no difference. I have both Cisco and Juniper devices hooked up if that helps. I'm monitoring the ports on both devices but nothing is being sent sadly. No issues before the upgrade. Any logs you guys need let me know.
Just seeing if anyone else is having this issue. Have not seen another post about it.
I understand LLDP isn't production impacting unless you use it for monitoring or ZTP, but is anyone else having this issue?
My 2.4-RC (Not switched to final yet) , have no problem detecting or announcing to my HP-1820 (LLDP) , or my Cisco's (CDP)
I am running 2.4.1-RC and I am seeing my switch.
r - Repeater, B - Bridge, H - Host, R - Router, S - Switch,
W - WLAN Access Point, C - DOCSIS Device, T - Telephone, O - Other
Device ID Local Intf Proto Hold-time Capability Port ID
sg300 em1 LLDP 90 B
sg300 em1 CDP 129 S gi2
sg300 em2 LLDP 90 B
sg300 em2 CDP 129 S gi3
Hm, I guess I'm looking for suggestions then?
I've tested CDP as well and not receiving anything on the Cisco/Juniper side or the PFSense side.
Any recommendations? None of these platforms really have much config for this protocol because well…it doesn't really need much. Only thing I know is before 2.4 (now 2.4.1 because I was hopeful) it was showing up, but after the upgrade, nothing.
Hey guys, so did some digging, the logs are spamming the physical interfaces are invalid every hour:
Nov 2 12:44:22 ladvd interface ix1 is invalid
Nov 2 12:44:22 ladvd interface ix0 is invalid
Nov 2 12:43:52 ladvd interface ix1 is invalid
Nov 2 12:43:52 ladvd interface ix0 is invalid
However, those two interfaces are in a LAGG, so I can't even select them in the LADVD list. The port channel is selected, as well as all the VLAN interfaces that ride it, so still nothing concrete yet…
I have the same problem, on lagg with vlan no LLDP
on plain interface LLDP works
Glad to see I'm not the only one. Just updated to 2.4.2, no update either. Same thing in logs. Sounds like it might have something to do with interfaces in a LAGG?
I'm having the same issue after configuring lagg. 2.4.2
Opened up a bug report, seemed like the right thing to do