At 03:44 PM 5/12/2008, Christer Solskogen wrote:
Derek Ragona wrote:

You may want to do traceroutes from the systems that do find the interface. I would bet you have a default route and/or netmask sending the traffic. You will get those arp messages if you run two different interfaces on the same system, on the same subnet (not to be confused with running multiple IP's on an interface.) Arp tries to tie an IP address to a machine address, but if the reverse routing isn't correct you will see these error messages.

A tip from George Davidovich setting the aliases to use netmask to 0xffffffff seems to fix the problem.


Yes aliases should have a netmask of


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