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Hi Sunil,

Is the host (or switch attached to eth0) configured to recieve a packet with a vlan tag on it? If a packet is sent from [tape8d6e0a5-52 or tap6176588e-48] the ARP request will enter int-br-eth0(and a vlan tag of 1 will be added to the packet). Then the request will enter br-eth0 with this vlan tag and then exit eth0.

The other option is that: if you do a ovs-dpctl show, eth0 cordinates to port 5 in which case the packets won't be forwarded on due to the drop rule in your flow table for br-eth0.