> >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

I had this back in the summer time, and it was due to having an IP
address aliased on one of my nics in a block that was not on the local
subnet.

Check the block the NIC's bound IP is on, then verify that any blocks that
the aliases are in are reachable from that machine.

Steve


> >
> >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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> Regards,
> Dancho Penev
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