On Tue, 21 Feb 2006, Nick Murtagh wrote:
> Makes no difference :(
> I don't think this is down to ARP caches misbehaving. Server A is
> still responding to ARP requests for that IP when it shouldn't be.
> At this stage my options appear to be:
>> * Run the service on a completely different IP address.
> * Reboot the server and hope it stops responding to ARP requests for
> an IP address it doesn't own...
Or, before resorting to above, try installing a static ARP entry on
the 'old' server with 'arp'?
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