andreas at larsen
Apr 16, 2011, 8:49 AM
Post #2 of 3
I think I have seen this on some older code of the FESX 424 we where running
below 4.0. What version are you running ?
On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 5:29 PM, Randy McAnally <rsm [at] fast-serv> wrote:
> I've been scratching my head all morning on some arp issues on an FESX
> that routes a handful of VE's.
> The scenario is that when an ARP entry expires, only certain source IPs (on
> the WAN side) can trigger an ARP request and subsequent re-entry into the
> table. There's no pattern for the source IP...just that some trigger ARP
> others don't.
> So for example, Joe at 220.127.116.11 cannot reach his box, but as soon as Bob at
> pings the machine, Joe can reach his box again.
> Current table size fluctuates between 580 and 620 entries with a system-max
> 4000 and there are no static entries.
> #sh arp | i entries
> Total number of ARP entries: 591
> #sh default values | i arp
> ip arp age:10 min bootp relay max hops:4 ip ttl:64 hops
> ip-arp 4000 64000 4000
> ip-static-arp 512 1024 512
> Any ideas?
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