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    SubjectRe: [2.0.36] proxy ARP prob?
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    > Hopefully somebody can point out what I'm doing something wrong here.
    > I'm trying to put a permanent entry into the ARP cache for a network,
    > on interface eth1. For some reason it really likes eth0 instead.

    Red Hat's arp binary is broken, because of the $@{%*#!'" glibc
    compatibility problems. I discovered that the hard way recently. Get
    the net-tools source and remove the ifdefs around the defines of
    HAVE_NEW_SIOCSARP, HAVE_NEW_ADDRT, HAVE_RTF_IRTT, HAVE_RTF_REJECT in
    lib/net.-features.h. (The newest net-tools apparently does arp right
    out of the box but its netstat seems to be broken. Sigh.)

    Olaf


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