John Baldwin wrote:
> On 25-Apr-2002 Jan Stocker wrote:
> > My -current system gives me a
> > swi_net: unregistered isr number: 18.
> > too. I cant find any reply to this old subject. May anyone know where it
> > comes from?
> It seems to trigger whenever there is traffic while the IP is 0.0.0.0,
> even for non-DHCP stuff. I'm not sure what is causing it.
This is well known. If we recieve an ARP frame before we sent one, then
we print this. eg: a broadcast ARP packet will trigger it. dhclient etc
use bpf etc so ARP isn't initialized at this point.
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