At 04:50 PM 5/14/2008, Christer Solskogen wrote:
Derek Ragona wrote:
I would do a traceroute from all your hosts there. When you do keep an
eye out for the arp error message. This should help find the host
causing these errors and then look at that systems configuration.
Also do you have more than one ethernet interface in the system showing
the arp errors? If you do, make sure the interfaces are on different subnets.
traceroute dont show anything(no response). Only ping responds, and ping
respodns with "192.168.0.1" - which is my router. My router on the other
hand do not have this arp problem. Only the other machines.
Every machine, except my router, have only one interface. (my router has
two, butthey are on to different subnets)
In your router are the interfaces bridged? These errors can come from a
bridged interface where the packets are passed through those interfaces.
Another test you might consider is unplugging each system from your lan to
identify which one is causing the errors. Once you find the system
causing the error the trick will be to find what on that system is
generating the traffic.
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