openwrt route_allowed_ips is inprecise

Dan Lüdtke mail at
Tue Dec 20 11:15:20 CET 2016

> On 20 Dec 2016, at 09:52, Dan Lüdtke <mail at> wrote:
> Regarding the initial preciseness issue, have you tested that on LEDE? I can't manage to get duplicate routes. However, outdated testing environment. Will rebuild and test again. I can't quite understand what the initial issue was. Wouldn't you get a "rtnetlink: file exists" when you try to add an route that already exists?

New environment, build from latest sources this morning. Can't reproduce. I can't see duplicate routes. Static routes were added via LuCI to represent a typical user's approach.

Can we drop this discussion until we can reproduce the problem?

>>> Regarding LEDE, netifd should track the routes being added and the extra routes do not really do harm.
>> Alright then...
>> Speaking of netifd, did you ever fix that netifd issue with the IP dependency?
> I am on it. First version did add dependency for both protocols if the endpoint name had A and AAAA records. However, I find it cleaner to check which endpoint wg chose to use and only add that IP address as an depedency. Patch/PR comes when I am satisfied with stability.

This is the leanest approach I came up with and my top candidate for merging. Review very welcome.



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