[nsp] CEF problem on 6509 (native)

Sorin CONSTANTINESCU adonay at dumnez.eu.org
Sat Nov 15 04:07:07 EST 2003

and i was merely justifying why we were using it. We've disabled proxy-arp
on most of the vlans used, but there are still some we just can't.

adonay at dumnez.eu.org
Linux Registered User #222086

sthaug at nethelp.no said:
>> We know proxy arp is evil ;-\ , but we still need proxy ARP in order to
>> allow customers to use the same IP address for a period of time after we
>> switched them in another vlan, for example. In the near future, when no
>> more exceptions shall be made (and the client shall be asked to
>> renumber),
>> we'll disable proxy-arp.
> Note that I'm not asking Cisco to *remove* the proxy ARP functionality -
> just to have it turned *off* instead of on by default.
> Steinar Haug, Nethelp consulting, sthaug at nethelp.no

More information about the cisco-nsp mailing list