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    Subjecthow to display manually set proxy ARP entries with iproute2?

    This issue was posted on the netdev list a while back and got no answer.

    I'm quoting the original post here:

    Lutz Pressler wrote:
    > Hello,
    > I am not able to get information about manually set proxy ARP entries
    > with the "ip" tool (iproute2-ss010824), tested on both 2.2.19 and
    > 2.4.8-ac7 kernels.
    > # ip neigh add proxy dev eth0
    > The "arp" tool then yields (normal entries trimmed)
    > # arp -n
    > Address HWtype HWaddress Flags Mask Iface
    > ether 00:80:C8:F6:47:6F C eth0
    > * * MP eth0
    > but "ip" only shows
    > # ip neigh show
    > dev eth0 lladdr 00:80:c8:f6:47:6f nud reachable
    > Is this expected behaviour or a (kernel) bug?

    I'd like to know about this as well, since this is the only reason why I keep
    the "arp" command around.


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