Subject: Re: dhcpd(8) _cannot_ be completely disabled on an interface
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
Date: 01/09/2002 23:19:40
I (quoted atatat and) wrote:
>> i can't add a mapping for an ip address that's not on my local
>> network using arp(8).
>> this# arp -s 126.96.36.199 00:50:04:68:c6:11
>> cannot intuit interface index and type for 188.8.131.52
>> perhaps one can do such a thing using a "raw" routing socket, but i
>> wouldn't expect it.
> I expect you can. [...]
> I'll try to rip out bits of that program and build something a bit
> like arp(8) but for which you specify everything manually, including
> the interface. I'll see what it does for stuff like your example.
I've done this; it proved easier than I would have expected.
It works fine for me - where "works" means, it doesn't crash the
machine, and trying to ping the address (I used 184.108.40.206, completely
off-subnet for all of my interfaces) causes packets to go out on the
wire, addressed to the MAC address given.
I'll be happy to send a copy of the program to anyone who cares to ask
for one. (Ask me for darp.c, if it's been more than a day or so, as I
may forget what I called it.)
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