arp moved from [mac address] to [mac address]
Eduardo Viruena Silva
mrspock at esfm.ipn.mx
Tue Apr 29 22:56:03 PDT 2003
On Tue, 29 Apr 2003 netgeek at speakeasy.net wrote:
> The Internet connection is through AT&T Broadband, using DHCP. When I
> boot, the DHCP connection is up correctly and all works. Within five
> minutes a series of messages like
> pi /kernel: arp: 188.8.131.52 moved from 00:02:dd:30:0a:00 to 00:02:dd:30:4a:e2 on dc0
> pi /kernel: arp: 184.108.40.206 moved from 00:02:dd:30:4a:e2 to 00:02:dd:30:0a:00 on dc0
> (The IP and MAC addresses are not accurate, sorry.)
> As soon as this happens I cannot access anything on the Internet (IP or
> domain name), but the link lights stay on and ifconfig reports no
> Are these related, and if so what is the fix?
mmm... it seems to me that somebody is stealing your IP address.
then, somehow this computer turns off and you are given your IP back.
Is your DHCP correctly configured?
The computer with MAC address: 00:02:dd:30:4a:e2 is setting a
fixed IP address ?
> This isn't my computer, and I'm 40 minutes away from it, so if this
> question needs information it might be slow in coming.
> Mike Burns <netgeek at speakeasy.net> <http://netgeek.ws>
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