--- Ben Dover <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >    OK, this
is difficult to explain and my problem is probably
> bigger than 
> what I have found but here goes.  I have a dedicated 5.1
> FreeBSD box and 
> when I did a dmesg I received a repeating message as follows:
> arplookup 66.246.xx.1 failed: host is not on local network
>    This peaked my curiosity so I pinged the bank of IP's I
> have in the range 
> of that IP and I was able to ping them with a response.
>    Something quick I can do to test to see if the IP will bind
> is compile an 
> IRC bouncer.  I found the bouncer would not bind to the IP
> 66.246.xx.185 as 
> a normal account user and the bouncer would not function.  If
> I SU to root 
> and start the bouncer the IP would bind and the bouncer would
> function 
> correctly.  It should be noted that the bouncer was compiled
> as the normal 
> account user.
>    I have two different sets of IP's on my box and I have
> added them in the 
> rc.conf in the following way:
> ifconfig_sis0_alias10="inet 209.123.xx.200 netmask
> 255.255.255.255"
> ifconfig_sis0_alias11="inet 66.246.xx.185 netmask
> 255.255.255.255"
>    Do I have the IP's added wrong in rc.conf?  What am I doing
> wrong? Why do 
> I receive the dmesg which appears to be an error?  Any
> assistance would be 
> appreciated.

Hi, Ben

   What's the output of command "netstat -nr" ?

Cheers,


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