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Re: [fw1-gurus] Static NAT limitations
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Dan Lynch wrote:
>>> fwarp_get_arp_interface: no interface found on same subnet as valid
> ip address: 126.96.36.199
>>> fwarp_make_arp_entry: can't find arp interface for address:
> Can anyone address:
> - is this in fact a limitation of static NAT?
> - is this documented anywhere?
> - is the error message purely cosmetic? Or does it reflect a serious
> problem, or could other issues arise doe to this config?
It happens with automamagic NAT entries. The system tries to generate
ARP entries but fails to do so and will warn about them.
As you have no need for them you can safely ignore these messages.
They are niether good nor bad. These messages just are. (Sorry, B5 humor)
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