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Old 08-21-2004, 09:01 AM   #1
af_dave
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Many arp requests norman in tcpdump?


When looking at tcpdump i'm getting tons of these:

08/21-09:58:00.449376 ARP who-has 61.34.52.163 tell 61.34.52.1

08/21-09:58:00.650822 ARP who-has 61.34.52.65 tell 61.34.52.1

08/21-09:58:00.979926 ARP who-has 61.34.52.73 tell 61.34.52.1
08/21-09:58:01.667269 ARP who-has 61.36.104.93 tell 61.36.104.65

etc etc... I'm just curious is this normal on a DSL based internet connection?
 
  


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