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it should not be a problem and when there is a problem, it would be a bug.
the most big switches support up to 4K or 8K addresses, so you are with your
MAC addresses in the middle of it. why would you have a switch that supports
MAC addresses in one network, when your operating system would not handle that.
that would be pitty, wouldn't it?
On Mon, 18 Feb 2013 10:57:11 +0100
Ignatios Souvatzis <is%netbsd.org@localhost> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 07:40:58AM +0100,
> > exists there a maximum size of the ndp table? how can I determine
> > the maximum number of entries?
> > currently 'ndp -a | wc -l' reports 1492 entries and I am not sure if
> > is a problem or not.
> *Currently*, the ndp and the arp table are implemented as part of
> the routing PATRICIA tree (but have link-level addresses instead of
> network addresses as next-hop). So there's no limit different other
> than the general routing table limitations. Hm, I think mostly
> kernel memory limitations.
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