If you attempt to set source-interface on a unicast vxlan you get an error about no multicast group being set. Thing is in order to use IPv6 link local addresses on vxlans Linux expects a dev argument to be given to iproute2 or else it errors out. As a result it doesn’t appear as though you can setup a unicast vxlan using link locals in vyos since not setting source-interface causes iproute2 to error and setting it causes vyos to error.
Hello @Scoopta , could you please describe VyOS version, VyOS configuration, and console output when you
VyOS version is 1.3-beta-202107121144 build commit 2ba1cbb93659bc
set interface vxlan vxlan0 vni 0 set interface vxlan vxlan0 source-address fe80::3 set interface vxlan vxlan0 remote fe80::2
If I attempt to set source-interface with
set interface vxlan vxlan0 source-interface eth0
A commit will give me
VXLAN “vxlan0” is missing mandatory underlay multicastgroup or source interface for a multicast network.
If I don’t set source-interface then committing gives
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Under plain iproute2 the command I would use to do this would be
ip link add vxlan0 type vxlan id 0 dstport 0 local fe80::3 remote fe80::2 dev eth0
However I don’t know how to get vyos to add the
dev eth0 to the command
I created a task for it T3683