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This isn't the answer, but there is limit of the comment lenght, so I have written this text as answer. To redirect the switched frames to local port you can done the next steps: Set the sysctl variable bridge-nf-call-iptables = 1 (kernel module br_netfilter should be loaded). Add the redirecting rule for switched packets. Something like this: iptables -t ...


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Pointing an IP on the bridge Means the the packets are destined for the Bridges MAC address and so the normal Local delivery packet receiving process is invoked. The two different paths look a bit like this. Let's say we have eth1 and eth2 connected via br1 1) packet arrives on eth1 Destined for an non-local MAC, packet is forward by kernel through ...


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I have found a workaround, not ideal but it works. Basically after the system boots run a script that brings the network interface down and then back up again. Here is the script: #!/bin/bash ifdown enp0s25 sleep 3 ifup enp0s25 I then created a systemd service and a timer to accomplish the rest, I use a timer to run the service 45 seconds after the ...



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