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SubjectRe: net/ipv4/arp.c: arp_rcv, rfc2131 BREAKS communication
> When an address resolution packet is received, the receiving Ethernet module gives the packet to the Address Resolution module which goes through an
> algorithm similar to the following. Negative conditionals indicate an end of processing and a discarding of the packet.

> ?Am I the target protocol address?
> Yes:

> Maybe the right fix then is to set DHA to all ones. ffffffffffff. ?

No. Shake my head, the above is a reference to TIP, not THA.
and DHA is already set correctly anyway. (what was I drinking..)

Anyway.. RFC2131 only talks about the format of the arp request and not of
the arp reply. I will test again to see if OF is testing THA or TIP.
My guess is TIP.

So how to get the fix incorporated into the kernel though.
I don't see why it would break anything else.

Peter
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