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Old 06-04-2003, 04:14 AM   #1
himalayas
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How to create an proxyarp entry in arp table by using arp command?


I need to setup proxyarp entry in arp table in my linux server to support a remote connection.

the remote computer is 192.168.3.25, and the linux server is 192.168.3.54.

I add a proxyarp entry into the arp table by using the arp command as below:

#arp -v -s 192.168.3.25 00:E0:183:F2:17 pub

00:E0:183:F2:17 is the hardware address of the linux server

but the result is:
192.168.3.6 ether 00:E0:183:F2:9C C eth0
192.168.3.1 ether 00:00:81:A0:82:62 C eth0
192.168.3.8 ether 00:50:BA:B1:4D:09 C eth0
192.168.3.17 ether 00:E0:4C:73:FDF C eth0
192.168.3.25 * * MP eth0

the entry I added does not has the flag C which means this is a complete entry.

I don't know why it is.

Please tell me how to setup the proxyarp and how can I test if it works well by a simple way? Thanks!!!
 
  


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