Kris Kennaway wrote:
> 
> On Mon, May 28, 2007 at 01:01:49PM -0700, Ofloo wrote:
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> Ofloo wrote:
>> > 
>> > I use 6to4 IPv6 tunnels, when using applications which use a lot of
>> > bandwidth (400kb/s), it is not that much but still, the server gets in
>> > trouble.
>> > 
>> > May 28 19:51:21 narf kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate route for
>> > 192.88.99.1
>> > May 28 19:51:22 narf kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate route for
>> > 192.88.99.1
>> > May 28 20:06:15 narf kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate route for
>> > 192.88.99.1
>> > May 28 20:09:02 narf kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate route for
>> > 192.88.99.1
>> > 
>> > The default route does exist though:
>> > 
>> > narf# netstat -rn -f inet6 | grep default
>> > default                           2002:c058:6301::              UGS       
>> > stf0
>> > narf#
>> > 
>> > when this happens it takes about 10 mins and my ssh IPv6 ssh session is
>> > closed, after keeping this up for longer the server crashes, .. any
>> > suggestions ?
>> > 
>> 
>> Using a different default gateway solved this for now, though I don't
>> think
>> a server should crash if its gateway is in trouble, ..
> 
> Submit a bug report with the panic backtrace, etc.
> 
> Kris
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Where am I supposed to get those, I'm sure it's causing it, I'm running 6to4
on a machine which has never crashed on me, I did a ping while the 6to4
relay was down and it crashed.

Suggestions where I can find this panic report, ..

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