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0answers
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VMXNET3 nic loses the ability to update ARP table after N hours

I have a fedora 18 VM that stops updating the arp table on eth1 after running for a number of hours to days. There are other VMs on the same hypervisor that can access all of the same networks without ...
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2answers
143 views

Physical switch not learning MAC address of virtual machines

I have a virtual environment running vSphere 5.1. I have two ESXis with a vDS between them. There is, for the purposes of the discussion, just one portgroup on that vDS configured to use a VLAN. The ...
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0answers
197 views

VMWare ESXi 5.0 Networking Issue

I have an issue with 2 new ESXi hosts. OS - ESXi5.0 Custom Dell ISO patched up to Build 1024429 DELL R820 with 1G network 2 ports from integrated MB NIC(Intel) connected to 2 juniper switches, one is ...
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1answer
608 views

Random and Selective ARP blindness in VMWare ESXi 4.1

We have multiple VMWare ESX servers spread out amongst our company, doing various tasks. One particular ESXi host is exhibiting very peculiar behavior. We detect it when our monitoring system ...
4
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1answer
582 views

Arp requests with odd source IP go unanswered

I'm having a server with network connectivity issues that I presume come from issues with arp protocol handling. Let's say the network topology is as follows: network 192.168.106.0, netmask ...
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2answers
766 views

arp “who-has tell” on cloned machine

I have a urgent problem to solve today, but I'm lost. Please help. I've cloned a Virtual Machine hosted on VM Ware ESXi 4.1 The OS is now Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS, but at the time of cloning it was ...
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1answer
1k views

Why does a PXE-booting VM aggressively seek Reverse ARP?

Reverse ARP is.. well, pretty much dead, as far as I'm aware? One of the great Internet success stories in killing off a protocol? It's been deprecated in favor of BOOTP (and later, DHCP) for almost ...
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4answers
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Clearing ARP cache on ESXi 4.1

We recently migrated our entire VMware cluster from ESX over to ESXi. For the most part, the transition was seamless, and I haven't missed having access to the SC. Until now. We're trying to diagnose ...