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Date:      Sun, 18 Jan 2004 11:41:39 +0100
From:      "Rickard Dahlstrand" <rd@tilde.se>
To:        "Per Engelbrecht" <per@xterm.dk>
Cc:        freebsd-ipfw@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Arps when bridged.
Message-ID:  <007801c3ddaf$a76957e0$8b01010a@nyalaptopen>
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Thanks,

Sorry about the lack of information. But after trying the -arp in the
bridged interfaces it actually stopped complaining about this. I will dig
down into the bridging issue, but right now it's doing what I want.

Thanks, Rickard.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Per Engelbrecht" <per@xterm.dk>
To: <rd@tilde.se>
Cc: <freebsd-ipfw@freebsd.org>
Sent: Friday, January 16, 2004 4:20 PM
Subject: Re: Arps when bridged.


> Hi Rickard
> This is more of 'net' problem than 'ipfw' but anyway, don't disable
> 'arp'.When sending a piece of your log, please also include the (in this
case)
> 'ifconfig' and 'sysctl.conf' !
> I could be wrong, but it seems more likely that you're having a loop.
> Read 'man bridge(4)' the last paragraph above the 'examples' section.
>
> If your bridging from a performance point of view, then have a look at
> 'ngctl' aswell http://bsdvault.net/sections.php?op=viewarticle&artid=98
> Only downfall is when it's used in conjunktion with HP Procurve
> switches -they don't like the idea "two identical" mac-addresses!
>
> Regards
> /per
> per@xterm.dk
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm getting these messages. I have three interfaces, one uses DHCP
> > and the other two are bridged.
> >
> > Here is the log I get:
> >
> > Jan 16 10:13:57 testburk /kernel: arp: 00:10:f3:03:44:69 is using
> > my IP address 10.1.1.69! Jan 16 10:13:57 testburk /kernel: arp:
> > 00:10:f3:03:44:6a is using my IP address 10.1.1.69! Jan 16 10:14:47
> > testburk /kernel: arp: 00:10:f3:03:44:69 is using my IP address
> > 10.1.1.69! Jan 16 10:14:47 testburk /kernel: arp: 00:10:f3:03:44:6a
> > is using my IP address 10.1.1.69! Jan 16 10:57:31 testburk /kernel:
> > arp: 00:10:f3:03:44:69 is using my IP address 10.1.1.69! Jan 16
> > 10:57:31 testburk /kernel: arp: 00:10:f3:03:44:6a is using my IP
> > address 10.1.1.69! Jan 16 11:03:06 testburk /kernel: arp:
> > 00:10:f3:03:44:69 is using my IP address 10.1.1.69! Jan 16 11:03:06
> > testburk /kernel: arp: 00:10:f3:03:44:6a is using my IP address
> > 10.1.1.69! Jan 16 11:06:40 testburk /kernel: arp: 00:10:f3:03:44:69
> > is using my IP address 10.1.1.69! Jan 16 11:06:40 testburk /kernel:
> > arp: 00:10:f3:03:44:6a is using my IP address 10.1.1.69!
> >
> > What is the problem and does anyone know if ifconfig fxp1 -arp
> > should stop this?
> >
> > Thanks, Rickard.
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