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Re: ARP reply

On Tue, Oct 09, 2001 at 09:44:51AM +0200, seidel wrote:
>	*	*	MP	eth1

this means, it will answer with your default arp address of that interface,
so it is ok. There are a few reasons for not answering, one might be that
you have actually have turned arp off, another more likely is that you have
turned off ip forwarding. Another one is that your route to that address
points to the interface.

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