To: None <email@example.com>
From: Abhishek Khandelwal <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/18/2000 00:45:23
I had been trying to add a Proxy ARP entry into routing table .I am
developing a router on ECOS which does not provides standard interfaces like
arp or netstat command.
I have two networks on two interfaces of a router. These networks have same
subnetmask because the router will be primarily acting as a bridge One side
is a ethernet based network and other side some dial up network. I want to
make an entry into routing table for the host on dial up side into routing
table on the router.
I have attempted making entries using Sockets , using call to arplookup
but it doesn't seems to work.
When I attempt to make an entry into routing table through arplookup it
makes an entry but does not responds to the ARP reply.....
Can anyone help we , what is the the proper sequence of initialising
andmaking routing table entries for PROXY Arp.
----- Original Message -----
From: Thomas Michael Wanka <Tom@Wanka.at>
Sent: Friday, November 17, 2000 1:16 AM
Subject: Re: change in bind?
> On 16 Nov 2000, at 14:23, Greg A. Woods wrote:
> > but
> > it's already proven to be stable and reliable in several punishing
> > environments.
> I installed 9001 on Linux to serve about 20 domains at a small ISP
> and have not found any problems there. The use of this installation
> is just to resolve these local domains for requests of the net.
> Has anybody experiences in using (or better problems using) DNS