On Sun, Feb 16, 2003 at 06:47:47PM +0100, Marc Schneiders wrote:
Date: Sun, 16 Feb 2003 18:47:47 +0100 (CET)
From: Marc Schneiders <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: arplookup going mad

I have posted a question about this earlier, without getting an
answer. Then the problem was occasionally. Now the machine is going
mad over the same thing. It gives this every second in messages:

Feb 16 18:35:06 voo /kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate llinfo for
13.16.2.97rt
Feb 16 18:35:06 voo /kernel: arplookup 213.196.2.97 failed: host is
not on local network
Feb 16 18:35:06 voo /kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate llinfo for
13.16.2.97rt
Feb 16 18:35:06 voo /kernel: arplookup 213.196.2.97 failed: host is
not on local network
Feb 16 18:35:06 voo /kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate llinfo for
13.16.2.97rt
Feb 16 18:35:06 voo /kernel: arplookup 213.196.2.97 failed: host is
not on local network
Feb 16 18:35:06 voo /kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate llinfo for
13.16.2.97rt
Feb 16 18:35:06 voo /kernel: arplookup 213.196.2.97 failed: host is
not on local network
Feb 16 18:35:06 voo /kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate llinfo for
13.16.2.97rt
Feb 16 18:35:06 voo /kernel: arplookup 213.196.2.97 failed: host is
not on local network
Feb 16 18:35:06 voo /kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate llinfo for
13.16.2.97rt
Feb 16 18:35:06 voo /kernel: arplookup 213.196.2.97 failed: host is
not on local network
Feb 16 18:35:06 voo /kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate llinfo for
13.16.2.97rt

How do I put an end to this? The IP mentioned is NOT on the local
network. I do NOT tell it anywhere it is. Nothing has changed in my
config. Why does it do this, and why every second all of a sudden? How
do I stop it?

man llinfo gives 0, apropos llinfo gives 0. man arplookup: nothing,
apropos arplookup: nothing.
man 4 arp (not an answer but may be help you to resolve the problem)

I rebooted, to no avail. It came back within half an hour.

Since the machine is colocated (and not next door) I do not want to
lock myself out by trying funny things with arp -s. And I tried that
on a machine here, and it refused it anyway for a host not on the
local network. As it should, I am sure.

Any really good ideas?

uname -a: FreeBSD [hostname] 4.7-STABLE FreeBSD 4.7-STABLE #13: Sat
Nov 16 16:09:35 CET 2002
marc@[hostname]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/FUCHSIA  i386




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