Two VLANs, One Subnet
hans at fugal.net
Fri Mar 9 00:02:39 MST 2007
On Thu, 8 Mar 2007 at 22:06 -0700, Hans Fugal wrote:
> Proxy ARP is the magic I needed.
> It's working nearly perfectly. But for some reason the real MAC
> addresses are leaking through the openwrt and getting into the cisco's
> arp cache after a few (randomly distributed) minutes. Just how this is
> happening is a mystery to me. Do you know? The only thing I can think of
> is if my vlan is 'leaking'.
I have done some detective work and discovered that the problem is icmp
echo replies (pongs). As soon as someone pings me from outside, the pong
goes out and cisco updates its arp cache. That's the kiss of death. So
how do I tell cisco to stop being such a wise guy and only update the
arp cache when it gets an arp reply?
Hans Fugal ; http://hans.fugal.net
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right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.
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