> From: Robert Jesacher <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2008 16:39:31 +0100 > Sender: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > Hi Daniel, > > you find mostl of you questions answered in "man netstat" (the > relevant passage is posted below) > The missing part is the expiry, which IMHO are the seconds, the ARP > entry is valid (after this time a new arp request would be issued) > > I hope this is the information you needed.
It makes following a thread really hard. It's all (mostly) Microsoft's fault! > Why? > > I wish people would stop top-posting! The Expire entry is the result of FreeBSD's unfortunate co-mingling network layer routing information with layer 2 ARP information. The only entries with "Expire" values are actually ARP entries. (Note the MAC address os "Gateway".) Expire is in seconds remaining until the entry expires and is no longer used. -- R. Kevin Oberman, Network Engineer Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) Ernest O. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) E-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Phone: +1 510 486-8634 Key fingerprint:059B 2DDF 031C 9BA3 14A4 EADA 927D EBB3 987B 3751
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