[ovs-discuss] Only allow traffic between the bridge port and OVS (not other ports)
ko at sv01.de
Tue May 14 06:32:57 UTC 2019
do I need to create an "int" port for this?
Currently I bind an IP directly to br0.
Am Di., 14. Mai 2019 um 08:00 Uhr schrieb Matthias May via discuss <
ovs-discuss at openvswitch.org>:
> On 14/05/2019 07:26, Kevin Olbrich wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I've got an OVS that has a bridge "br0" and has about 100x L2TP tunnels.
> > These tunnels run batman-adv, a mesh protocol for L2 routing over L3.
> > For efficient routing, only nodes that are in the same building are
> > to see each other.
> > To filter out traffic between the ports, I used ebtables: ebtables -A
> > FORWARD --logical-in br0 -j DROP
> > This allows traffic from the node to the server hosting the bridge and
> > reverse but not between the ports.
> > As OVS does not work with ebtables, all nodes now see each other over
> > resulting in all nodes meshing with each other (without any benefit).
> > How can I implement something like "ebtables -A FORWARD --logical-in br0
> > DROP" with OVS?
> > I tried "ovs-ofctl mod-port ovsbr-de01-mesh "$INTERFACE" no-forward" but
> > that also stopped traffic to the host port (by host port, I mean an IP
> > directly on br0).
> > How can I do it correctly?
> > The client ports of br0 never must communicate with each other, just the
> > server hosting the bridge.
> > Thank you!
> > Kind regards
> > Kevin
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> You could:
> * Delete the default NORMAL action (del-flows br0)
> * Create a rule with priority=1 action=<your_server_port
> * Create a rule with priority=2 in_port=<your_server_port> action=NORMAL
> This should allow frames from the server to be forwarded as usual, and
> frames for all other ports only to the server.
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