On Tue, 21 Feb 2006, Nick Murtagh wrote:
> On Server A:
> # arp -s 10.2.1.230 -i eth0 00:20:ED:79:2F:70
> On a third machine:
> # arp -d 10.2.1.230
> # arping -b 10.2.1.230
> ARPING 10.2.1.230 from 10.2.1.22 eth0
> Unicast reply from 10.2.1.230 [00:14:22:B0:5E:80] 0.855ms
Out of ideas so. That's mad.
Be interesting to see if this goes away when/if you reboot A.
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