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    Subjecthow to display proxy arp addresses using "ip neigh" from iproute2

    I have a small question. I have an explicit proxy arp address added to the arp
    cache using the command "ip neigh add proxy 47.129.82.116 dev eth1"

    Using the old-style "arp -n" command I get the following output:

    Address HWtype HWaddress Flags Mask Iface
    47.129.82.1 ether 00:E0:16:6C:79:42 C eth0
    47.129.82.95 ether 00:20:78:07:E6:A0 C eth0
    47.129.82.116 * * MP eth0

    However, if I use the new-style command "ip neigh show" I get:

    47.129.82.1 dev eth0 lladdr 00:e0:16:6c:79:42 nud reachable
    47.129.82.95 dev eth0 lladdr 00:20:78:07:e6:a0 nud delay

    How can I see what I've got set for proxy arps using the "ip neigh" command?

    Help!

    Chris

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