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inconsistent arp(8) mac address output using if_bridge

Nikolay Denev-2
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Hello,

I have a small machine setup to act as simple network gateway.
I have one wireless and one wired interfaces without IP configuration
on them, and they are added as if_bridge(4) members.
When i issue arp -na command on the machine i get this:

? (10.10.10.240) at 0.14.a5.1a.dc.73 on bridge0
? (10.10.10.241) at 4.4b.80.80.80.3 on bridge0
? (10.10.10.246) at 0.a0.cc.62.99.c3 on bridge0
? (10.10.10.253) at 0.5.4e.4f.7b.eb on bridge0
? (172.16.1.1) at 00:30:48:83:93:e9 on ep0 [ethernet]
? (172.16.37.9) at 00:0f:b0:01:30:c0 on ep0 [ethernet]

While the mac addresses appear to be correct, maybe
this should be fixed to be consistent with the default
mac address output?

- --niki
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Re: inconsistent arp(8) mac address output using if_bridge

Nikolay Denev-2
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Niki Denev wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I have a small machine setup to act as simple network gateway.
> I have one wireless and one wired interfaces without IP configuration
> on them, and they are added as if_bridge(4) members.
> When i issue arp -na command on the machine i get this:
>
> ? (10.10.10.240) at 0.14.a5.1a.dc.73 on bridge0
> ? (10.10.10.241) at 4.4b.80.80.80.3 on bridge0
> ? (10.10.10.246) at 0.a0.cc.62.99.c3 on bridge0
> ? (10.10.10.253) at 0.5.4e.4f.7b.eb on bridge0
> ? (172.16.1.1) at 00:30:48:83:93:e9 on ep0 [ethernet]
> ? (172.16.37.9) at 00:0f:b0:01:30:c0 on ep0 [ethernet]
>
> While the mac addresses appear to be correct, maybe
> this should be fixed to be consistent with the default
> mac address output?
>
> --niki

Sorry, forgot the mention the os version :

FreeBSD gimli 6.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 6.0-RELEASE #0: Thu Nov  3 09:36:13
UTC 2005     [hidden email]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC  i386

- --niki
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Re: inconsistent arp(8) mac address output using if_bridge

Andrew Thompson-2
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On Sun, Nov 20, 2005 at 07:50:44PM +0200, Niki Denev wrote:

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> Hello,
>
> I have a small machine setup to act as simple network gateway.
> I have one wireless and one wired interfaces without IP configuration
> on them, and they are added as if_bridge(4) members.
> When i issue arp -na command on the machine i get this:
>
> ? (10.10.10.240) at 0.14.a5.1a.dc.73 on bridge0
> ? (10.10.10.241) at 4.4b.80.80.80.3 on bridge0
> ? (10.10.10.246) at 0.a0.cc.62.99.c3 on bridge0

This has been fixed up already, you can update your source and recompile
usr.sbin/arp

HEAD: r1.59
RELENG_6: r1.58.2.1


cheers,
Andrew
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