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Re: routed(8) & arplookup brain-death on i386-current?
this happened to me, but i got all internal addresses as "unable to enter
address blah blah blah". The problem was that a solaris box was
broadcasting a route and openbsd was picking it up. The route is was
broadcasting (this was a while ago, so the details are fuzzy) didn't really
affect the internal ip's so it was strange. Anyway, as soon as i started
routed on the Solaris box with the "don't send out routes" flag, it all
stopped. Take a close look at your netstat -rn output. i mean close, i
missed the damn route after looking at it at least 3 times. Hope that
----- Original Message -----
From: Adam N. Thompson, MCNE <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2000 10:01 PM
Subject: routed(8) & arplookup brain-death on i386-current?
> I'm running i386-current as of Jan. 25 (AFAIK) and have encountered a
> rather distressing problem:
> routed(8) will not send out routes!
> I'm running a custom kernel, unfortunately, so I'm doing another cvs
> update and re-configure from GENERIC tonight, to see if I can replicate
> the problem with -current as of (now) and GENERIC.
> What I see as syslog output is:
> Jan 27 09:40:06 hyperion routed: setsockopt(IP_ADD_MEMBERSHIP
> RIP): Can't assign requested address
> AFAIK, multicast routing support is turned on, and it doesn't make any
> difference whether mrouted is running or not.
> On a related note, arp support seems to have gone haywire as well.
> I'm getting non-stop messages like:
> Jan 27 09:33:30 hyperion /bsd: arplookup: unable to enter address
> for 126.96.36.199
> Jan 27 09:23:49 hyperion /bsd: arplookup: unable to enter address
> for 188.8.131.52
> ...only for those two addresses, apparently!
> 184.108.40.206 is a Lexmark Optra printer, with only one IP address and
> a correct subnet mask.
> 220.127.116.11 is an HP NetServer running Red Hat Linux 6.1 - one
> ethernet adapter answers to multiple addresses, including:
> 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, and 126.96.36.199.
> Any ideas on what's going wrong? The ARP problems seem to have exactly
> one side-effect: I cannot ping those two addresses from the OpenBSD box
> ... but I can telnet to them!
> The routed problem is a bit more troublesome - I had to reconfigure
> everything to use static routes first thing this morning.
> Thanks for any input...
> Adam Thompson, MCNE, MCSE, CWT, A+
> Vice-President / Chief Technology Officer, Commerce Design Inc.
> tel: (204) 942-1648, fax: (204) 989-8080, cell: (204) 782-6198