Several weeks ago I posted a request for ProxyArp information.
I got many helpful responses and once I put it together, I discovered that I'd
made a type III error: solving the wrong problem. I'll initiate another,
correct, query shortly. What I got out of the Proxy ARP query can be boiled down
sez "K.ISE" <firstname.lastname@example.org> :
The "Proxy ARP" protocol is described in RFC1027.
And you can get these sources from some ftp sites.
This by no means indicates that this was the only response, simply that having
figured out what it didn't do, I persued it no further.
Eckhard.Rueggeberg@ts.go.dlr.de (Eckhard Rueggeberg)
Chris Swanson <email@example.com>
Dan Stromberg - OAC-DCS <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I want to have two ethernet cards in my SS10 (OS4.1.3): one that feeds a lab of
x-terms using the SS10 as a server; the other connects the lab and server to the
campus- and inter-net. I also want both interfaces on the same network, but
subnetting would be > difficult for administrative reasons. To do this I think I
should be able to have the server know what machines are on the lab interface
and route accordingly. Do I want too much? Weeelll...
Our campus network specialist thinks that this can be accomplished using
"proxarp", but isn't intimate with it past this level of familiarity. My
1) Where can I get more information about proxyarp?
2) Do you have a better solution than proxyarp?
Rick Wightman, RPF: email@example.com Forman2000 Project Manager
Garnet Strong Laboratory
"Iyam what Iyam" -Popeye UNB Forest Resources
Fredericton, New Brunswick
CANADA E3B 6C2
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