On Thu, 18 Oct 2001, Max Khon wrote:
MK>On Thu, Oct 18, 2001 at 12:00:52AM +0200, Jose M. Alcaide wrote:
MK>> On Wed, Oct 17, 2001 at 12:11:45PM -0700, Julian Elischer wrote:
MK>> > I've seen this when DHCP fails to allocate an address.
MK>> But I am not using DHCP. Maybe there are other machines in the LAN (it is
MK>> a *big* LAN) trying to get their addresses using DHCP, and now -CURRENT
MK>> shows a message whenever detects one of those packets. I will try to
MK>> identify the senders (over 40!).
MK>> Anyway, these "0.0.0.0" ARP messages are new in -CURRENT, and none of our
MK>> machines running FreeBSD 4.x show them.
MK>how current -CURRENT are you running?
I have these two on a yesterday's current and remember that they appeared
after I saw a commit message approx. 2 weeks ago about adding hashing of
inet addresses (maybe rev. 1.83 of if_ether.c).
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