Joanna.Zhou wrote:
if the local zone and global zone share the same arp table? The local
zone has the same ether address with the global zone, if I made an arp
reply to the ether address to answer an arp request (I plan to reply to
local zone) , how could the system differentiate which destination(local
or global) should receive the reply? Should the arp table for local zone
and global zone the same?

Can someone give me some points? Thanks.

There is a single ARP table per network interface. Thus the ARP entries are shared between the global and non-global zones.

Thus when an ARP reply is received, the system updates the ARP table for the arriving network interface.

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