In <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, op de datum 2003-10-24 om 16:09, Bill Moran schreef:
>> arp: >> Frequently I get this message on the first console: >> arplookup 184.108.40.206 failed: host is not on local network > >This means your network is configured strangely, although a lot of ISPs >seem to think this is the way to do it. > >> I searched the inter-net, but I did not found a satisfying answer. >> 220.127.116.11 is hanging on the inter-net, an FreeBSD has a local IP-adres. > So why this arplookup? What causes this lookup? >You have computers on your hub that have a network number that doesn't >jive with the IP/netmask you've assigned to the network card. If you >don't care, you can ignore the messages. All it means is that ARP was >not able to turn the IP address into a MAC address. My situation is: [Internet] -> [18.104.22.168] -> [192.168.1.0/255] I don't see yet way I can or should change. Maybe is suppressing the message the best thing to do? With kind regards, Peter Terpstra -- Date & time: zaterdag 25 oktober : 11 uur, 43 minuten en 33 seconden. Uptime: 11:43am up 10 days, 12:13, 3 users, load average: 0.68, 0.63, 0.43 https://k6.xs4all.nl mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.votenowar.org _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"