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SubjectRe: BUG: 2 NICs on same network
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On 23 April 2002 09:11, Frank Louwers wrote:
> > > Is this a bug or a known issue? If it is not a bug, how can it be
> > > solved?
> >
> > Do you have ip forwarding enabled? If yes, kernel just forwards packets:
> > network -> eth0 -> kernel
> >
> > Try traceroute to eth1' ip. Examine arp tables. What MAC is listed there
> > for eth1 IP?
>
> ipforwarding is disabled, arp proxy is disabled.
>
> The mac address is that of eth0 ...

Kernel bug I think. Sorry can't help you here.
I'm afraid you have to dig deeper...
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