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    SubjectRe: Why no printk for duplicate IPs?
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    > On the other hand, someone should still take the time to modify
    > "ifconfig" to send out one or two ARPs for our OWN IP address, and if
    > they get answered, it should not allow the ifconfig to complete
    > (without the operator specifing something like --force).

    That becomes a denial of service attack like the Macmasher which simply
    sits on a network claiming each appletalk address is used. 100% mac
    free networks

    Alan



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