On 21 Feb 2006, at 15:03, Paul Jakma wrote:
> a) he reset it
> b) he's getting ARP replies for the MAC concerned
DOH! Sorry missed that bit...
> Presuming it's the 'old' host (one IP was moved away), be
> interesting to see if 'arp -s <IP> <correct MAC>' has any effect..
Agreed... I have seen something similar to this happen before, but
it was caused by a corrupt static route entry on a solaris box...
Still not sure why it caused the wierd arp behaviour, but it did...
Otherwise, I'm at a loss.... Curiousity is killing me though! ;-)
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