An example of this, a host connected to a stack, running L3, whose stack master just changed, by default the gateway MAC just changed too.
Not all hosts might process the gratuitous ARP, though. Another reason for flushing an ARP cache is to remove "stale" information. And not the right one, apparently.
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However, each of these options leaves the system temporarily in a state where packets aren't routable. Moreover, since I don't actually know what this sysctl does can someone point me at documentation for it? I'd really like my program to be able to change it back to normal on exit. But if I do that, then it'll be broken again next time my program starts.
I think what I really need to do is just clear out the ARP table, but maybe I'm missing something obvious. Is there an easy way to solve this problem or do I have to resort to something ugly? BTW, the program I'm working on is open source called sshuttle. If you try it on a fresh Mac with the sysctl set to its default of 1, you should be able to easily replicate the problem. From your example, try arp -d This is what I use to get rid of the ifscope'd arp entries.
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Is there a workaround for broken ARP entries caused by setting net. Root appears to be on all the time now. I want to shut it off.
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I know its something to do with passwords. The weird thing is I think it works with the say command It says the command.
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But if I take that out I get the error above. Anyone know how to fix this?
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