AIX 3.2 Weird Networking Problem

Jim Scheef scheefj at netscape.net
Tue Jul 29 14:48:08 CDT 2008


Devon,

Could the router be spoofing a MAC address? Perhaps the mystery pc and 
the router have the same MAC address.

Does traffic from any other machines get out of the building?

Jim

Devon Stopps wrote:
> Definitely the right netmask, and seems to be the right interface (en0) 
> - although, as a side note, can you explain the difference between this 
> and the et0 interface?  No problems with any other system in the 
> building.  I've set up many a solaris or linux box with no problems.
> 
> arp -a shows nothing interesting, just another system I ftp'd into - 
> have tried adding a static entry for the gateway, with no luck:
>   ? (xxx.xx.132.118) at 0:b0:d0:26:7b:5d [ethernet]
> 
> the netstat -rn (x's added, obviously):
> 
> Routing tables
> Destination      Gateway            Flags  Refcnt Use       Interface
> Netmasks:
> (root node)
> (0)0 ff00 0
> (0)0 ffff ff00 0
> (root node)
> 
> Route Tree for Protocol Family 2:
> (root node)
> default          xxx.xx.132.1       UG          0      472  en0
> 127              127.0.0.1          U          50   340667  lo0
> xxx.xx.132       xxx.xx.132.191     U          11     1773  en0
> (root node)
> 
> Route Tree for Protocol Family 6:
> (root node)
> (root node)
> 
> T.H.x.
> Devon



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