/kernel: arp messages
dave at hawk-systems.com
Fri Apr 25 07:34:32 PDT 2003
>web server, not performing any bridging or routing, just happens to be hosting
>sites off two different networks.
>fxp0 runs off of 206.47.xxx.0/24 network
>fxp1 runs off of 205.233.xxx.0/24 network
>sites appear to be responding ok, but the kernal appears to be having a fi and
>spitting out these arp messages... other than two ifconfig statments (one per
>interface) nothing else is in my rc.conf.
>Most of the solutions I've dug up online have to do with NAT, bridging, etc...
>not what I need this box to do... just serve websites from ip addresses that
>aren't in the same netblock.
guess the error would help (long night)
/kernel: arp: 206.47.xxx.10 is on fxp0 but got reply from [insert mac address]
am moving towards removing the initial IP address and seeing if the other one
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