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Re: Any way to suppress select arp messages?
At 04:39:37.01 on 27-AUG-2011 in message
christos%astron.com@localhost (Christos Zoulas) wrote:
>In article <01O5BAGXIFWY8ZRPMZ%ecr6.ohio-state.edu@localhost>,
>Michael T. Davis <DAVISM%ecr6.ohio-state.edu@localhost> wrote:
>>At 16:55:53.76 on 26-AUG-2011 in message
>><2192B1A2-FF8A-4835-A16C-948CD13E1CEB%mac.com@localhost>, Chuck Swiger
>>>On Aug 26, 2011, at 1:51 PM, Michael T. Davis wrote:
>>>> We have a number of Windows systems with multiple network interfaces
>>>> that are "ganged" via Intel's load balancing configuration. Our NetBSD
>>>> (i386 5.1 release) firewall keeps reporting ARP messages of the following
>>>Do you have a net.link.ether.inet.log_arp_movements sysctl available? Turn
>>> if off...
>>`sysctl -a|grep log_arp_movements' doesn't report anything, so I believe that
>>means this isn't available.
>Here's a patch [untested].
I appreciate this, thanks. As I mentioned in the original message,
there are cases where we'd like to see these notifications, so a selective
approach is what's needed. If all else fails, though, I can give this a try.
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