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Re: [2.4 PATCH] bugfix: ARP respond on all devices

To: "David S. Miller" <davem@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [2.4 PATCH] bugfix: ARP respond on all devices
From: "Bas Bloemsaat" <bloemsaa@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2003 22:07:27 +0200
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> I don't think anyone is asking for a change in the default behaviour
> (although my point about breaking modules does apply), people would be
> satisfied, even ecstatic, if we had a simple way (flag) to set to make
> Linux work without setting /proc filters, using arpfilter, applying source
> routes (David's suggestion) and generally jumping through hoops.
Agree! Just a flag (ARP_ISOLATED, default to 0) in
/proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/*? The default behaviour of the current (and future
kernels) stays as it is now, so it doesn't break for anyone, and a lot of
people (including me :) benefit from a much easier setup.

No need to implement a whole hidden scenario either.


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