Subject: Re: Haven't seen this before...
To: Steven Sartorius <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: J. Buck Caldwell <email@example.com>
Date: 12/20/2003 19:01:49
If I'm not mistaken, the 00:01:03 block belongs to 3Com. Check to see if
you've got any machines with 3Com NICs. Check your DSL modem - it may be
trying to provide NAT services itself. Otherwise, see if the MAC listed
is that of your ex0, and make sure the two LANs are physically
seperated. I don't THINK netbsd will forward ethernet frames across
interfaces, unless the bridge device is configured and enabled, but...
perhaps something has changed...
Steven Sartorius wrote:
> On a 1.6.2_RC3 system my message log is getting the following:
> '00:01:03:7c:a1:40 on rtk0 tried to overwrite arp info for 192.168.0.1 on
> lo0' a couple of times a day. The rtk0 interface is connected to my DSL
> modem and has a static IP address assigned by my ISP. As this box serves
> as a firewall/router for my home network I have another NIC (ex0) which has
> the 192.168.0.1 address. I'm not a sys admin (nor do I play one on TV) so
> I'm not quite sure what this means. Any thoughts...??