On my system (OPNsense 21.1 / FreeBSD 12.1), Tayga writes "Wrote somethinh" [sic] to the syslog 50+ times per day. While there are no apparent issues, I'd like to understand what causes these warnings.
I found the relevant line of code in the FreeBSD port (while finding nothing in the original Tayga code), so this seems to be FreeBSD-specific:
I fail to understand what triggers this warning even when looking at the code. It might be desirable to replace it with something more meaningful.
From what I see, it's the debug message accidentally left in "host_send_icmp6()".
I guess it's safe to remove, though I'm not sure if I have cycles to do so.
Btw, is there any particular reason you're not using ipfw nat64 functionality?
Good to know that this can be safely ignored.
OPNsense developers have discussed supporting ipfw NAT64. But since OPNsense is mostly pf-based, this unfortunately won't happen anytime soon. A Tayga plugin was released as an interims solution.