Bill Vermillion bv at
Mon Jan 16 17:05:28 PST 2006

On Mon, Jan 16, 2006 at 17:49 , the murky waters churned and seethed,
the dark weeds parted and the water took on the sinister,
shifting visage we recognize as Jeff at NorrisTechs.  The great maw opened,
and the following was heard:

> Everyone,
> First off, no attitude or sarcasm g;
> After running BSD since 4.0 I have come to love the feature rich set it 
> offers and stability as well.
> I have an interesting network situation.  I have several BSD based 
> servers which are multi-hone (Two Nics) one Nic faces the internet, the 
> other faces a PRIVATE IP subnet and wireless DMZ.  However since the 
> internet router is also the end point for the wireless DMZ I get a 
> barrage of ARP messages indicating the the private nic is receiving ARP 
> for the public network and vice versa.

See if the sysctl settings may help.

I tried to send you email on this, but your system is misconfigured
as it shows it loops back to itself.  If you are running sendmail
check to make sure your name is in the local-host-names.

I don't know if you are going to see this unless you get mail
from the list at another address

Bill Vermillion - bv @ wjv . com

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