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Old 18th January 2011
unixjingleman unixjingleman is offline
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Is there any way to get OpenBSD to route packets from 192.168.1.* when both it's interfaces are on 192.168.1.*?. I think that may be the only way to satisfy the ADSL box/router. When i did a tcpdump sniff of the OpenBSD's internal interface, while pinging from the LAN host(, when both it's interfaces were on 192.168.1.* then an ARP request to tell the LAN host the MAC address of OpenBSD's internal interface was never answered. How do i get OpenBSD to be able to have both it's interfaces on 192.168.1.*. This is not really OpenBSD's fault i think it's the ADSL/border router forcing me into an unusual position.
Thank you for any suggestions
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