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SubjectRe: ARP shows client is given wrong MAC Address for system with 2 NICs
"Richard B. Johnson" wrote:

> You are moving your IP address to another device (MAC address). What
> do you expect?
>
> You can delete the old entries from your ARP cache, but it has to
> be done for every system that would be affected or you can just wait
> for the ARP cache entry to expire.
>
> /sbin/arp -d ipaddress

It is also possible to send out a gratuitous arp packet that will force everyone
else on the subnet to update their arp caches. This is the normal technique for
moving an IP address from one NIC to another.

Chris

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