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Re: route or ipforward problem





Poul Moller wrote:
Thanks,

Adding a host name to /etc/hosts solved the slow "netstat -r" but not my access problems to the router. Doing an arp gives the following result:

[root odin root]# arp -a -n
? (192.168.1.1) at 00:90:96:4E:70:0B [ether] on eth1
? (192.168.1.6) at 00:0F:3D:0A:8D:C1 [ether] on eth1

So MAC address are known by my FC server. I suspect the router has been modified by our telecom, else I have no clue

Ciao
Poul


I think that if you wanted to pursue the issue, you would need
to "snoop the net" with tcpdump or ethereal to see what exactly
was going on.


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