aliases not working in em0

Wendell Martins Borges wendell at ramenzoni.com.br
Tue Jan 20 07:34:14 PST 2009


On 20/01/2009, at 13:25, Steve Bertrand wrote:

> Also, it may help to run tcpdump without the 'host' parameter on em0
> while the pinging is occurring to see if you can find out whether the
> ICMP replies are being sent out as the primary IP.



stewie# tcpdump -n -i em0 icmp
tcpdump: verbose output suppressed, use -v or -vv for full protocol  
decode
listening on em0, link-type EN10MB (Ethernet), capture size 96 bytes

13:33:13.891786 IP 192.168.112.8 > 192.168.112.181: ICMP echo request,  
id 30284, seq 0, length 64
13:33:14.891704 IP 192.168.112.8 > 192.168.112.181: ICMP echo request,  
id 30284, seq 1, length 64
13:33:15.891870 IP 192.168.112.8 > 192.168.112.181: ICMP echo request,  
id 30284, seq 2, length 64
13:33:16.891912 IP 192.168.112.8 > 192.168.112.181: ICMP echo request,  
id 30284, seq 3, length 64
13:33:17.892079 IP 192.168.112.8 > 192.168.112.181: ICMP echo request,  
id 30284, seq 4, length 64
13:33:18.892252 IP 192.168.112.8 > 192.168.112.181: ICMP echo request,  
id 30284, seq 5, length 64
13:33:19.892412 IP 192.168.112.8 > 192.168.112.181: ICMP echo request,  
id 30284, seq 6, length 64
13:33:20.892580 IP 192.168.112.8 > 192.168.112.181: ICMP echo request,  
id 30284, seq 7, length 64
13:33:21.892621 IP 192.168.112.8 > 192.168.112.181: ICMP echo request,  
id 30284, seq 8, length 64
13:33:22.892787 IP 192.168.112.8 > 192.168.112.181: ICMP echo request,  
id 30284, seq 9, length 64

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Atenciosamente,

Wendell Martins Borges
Administrador de Redes e Sistemas
Inds. Papel R. Ramenzoni S/A



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