From: Marcel Derksen (Marcel.DerksenIZZATIonIP.com)
Date: Tue Jun 17 2003 - 04:53:30 EDT
By default the alteon switch does an arp for all ip-addresses it sees. The
result is that all the mac-addresses are stored in the arp-table. If you
have a connection to a network with a lot of clients this will result in an
overflow of the arp-table. The way to reduce this is to define local
When you define local networks (/cfg/ip/local) you configure the networks
the Alteon switch has a direct connection to. So all the defined interface
have to be included in the local network configuration. I you have defined
static routes than be sure these are included in the local network as well.
Hope this resolves your problem.
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From: Wei Keong [mailto:chooweikeongIZZATpacific.net.sg]
Sent: dinsdag 17 juni 2003 9:46
Subject: RE: [load balancing] Response leaks from Alteon....
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