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SubjectRe: Too Much ARP-ing
In article <199701270218.VAA09752@delta.CES.CWRU.Edu> you wrote:

: This is a typical scenario from tcpdump -p (my machine is jeff):
: 15:30:37.455806 arp who-has hunny.INS.CWRU.Edu tell ins02055.INS.CWRU.Edu
: 15:30:37.455806 arp who-has ins02055.INS.CWRU.Edu tell
: 16:27:55.025806 arp who-has hunny.INS.CWRU.Edu tell b64471.STUDENT.CWRU.Edu
: 16:27:55.025806 arp who-has b64471.STUDENT.CWRU.Edu tell
: 16:27:55.325806 arp who-has rabbit.INS.CWRU.Edu tell b62701.STUDENT.CWRU.Edu
: 16:27:55.325806 arp who-has b62701.STUDENT.CWRU.Edu tell

: Is this behavior normal?

It depends on your setup.

Do you use net aliases on this ethernet? If you do you will have to suffer.
net_aliases are broken in 2.0.

If you do not, please send me more detailed configuration of your host
(ifconfig, cat /proc/net/arp, cat /proc/net/route, cat /proc/net/rt_cache).

Alexey Kuznetsov.

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