From: Jeff Dike <jdike@ka...> - 2001-09-06 23:17:10
> Does anybody have any ideas? The only solution I can currently affect
> for sure is to switch the IP of my nameserver to .110. But this also
> means that I need to change the IP with my registrar, and the owner of
> my reverse-address table, as well as messing with my own personal
> settings. Additionally, there's no reason to think .105 will work with
> another UML machine, and it's my plan to use both .110 and .105 in
> that way.
What does tcpdump say?
Are packets going out, then the replies causing arp queries from the
gateway, which point it at the old (shutdown) machine? Or does the gateway
have the old arp entry in its cache?
>What does tcpdump say?
>Are packets going out, then the replies causing arp queries from the
>gateway, which point it at the old (shutdown) machine? Or does the gateway
>have the old arp entry in its cache?
The packets aren't making it as far as the gateway, unless they're directed
at the gateway itself, because it's on the same net as the UML box. Pings
and such to the gateway are returned to the UML machine. To double check, I
stole the physical machine's MAC address for the UML box after it had been
shut down, but it didn't work.
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