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in L2bridge Container Networking on Sep 15 2021 12:39 PM
The solution as shown with the host as gateway does not seem to work at all. No packets are routed out of the container network. If I change the dummy ARP entry in the container to use the MAC address of the host endpoint instead of the "00-01-e8-eb-2e-4b" in the example, I see bidirectional forward...
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I can confirm Firefox uses QUIC / HTTP/3, and in my environment Chrome unfortunately doesn't. Maybe has something to do with the supported QUIC/HTTP3 draft version supported by both Chrome and MsQuic? But strange that everyone has different results with in-place upgrades, browsers, etc. The followin...
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Same here, only FF is working with QUIC and some stange warnings while sniffing the traffic with wireshark:
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FireFox indeed uses QUIC. But neither Chrome nor Edge do, although I explicitly enabled QUIC via the flags (edge://flags/#enable-quic or chrome://flags/#enable-quic).
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I have a server that was Windows Server 2019, upgraded to pre-views of Windows Server 2022, and now at RTM/GA fully patched. IIS does work over QUIC (both registry settings applied) now but I need to use Firefox or Chrome, no luck with Edge Chromium. QUIC enabled those browsers as found on Cloudflar...
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