Changing monitor IP results in "The IPv6 monitor address <IPv4 IP> can not be used with a IPv4 gateway'."
|Affected version:||2.1||Affected Architecture:|
adding a monitor IP to a static IPv4 gateway results in "The IPv6 monitor address <IPv4 IP> can not be used with a IPv4 gateway'." Dynamic gateways not impacted from what I've seen.
Not able to replicate just yet.
I have a static gateway on my LAN for the Cisco 1811 and I can add a monitor IP just fine on that?
 => Array ( [interface] => lan [gateway] => 192.168.11.248 [name] => CISCO4 [weight] => 1 [ipprotocol] => inet [interval] => [descr] => Cisco 1811 [monitor] => 192.168.14.33 )
Gitsync from today. Need to look further I guess.
Added a different monitor IP on my WAN gateway entry (DHCP) and it works? Also adds the route for the monitor IP.
Changed the monitor IP on my WAN gateway entry, worked.
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Can you give me what specific case this applies too? I can't replicate it with a static IPv4 gateway.
#4 Updated by Chris Buechler 11 months ago
edit a static IPv4 gateway, blank out the monitor IP, save. Edit it again, try to put in a monitor IP, and it does this.
I saw room for improvement regardless, we now have a ipprotocol tag so we don't have to guess the address family. Just checked in a fix that I hope prevents the bogus message.