Network is blocked till ping is issued
DI BACCO ANTONIO - technolabs
Antonio.DiBacco at technolabs.it
Thu Aug 30 23:59:43 EST 2007
>No. You are confusing Ethernet frames and IP packets a little bit.
>If a Linux machine receives a SYN from a remote host (not on the same
>network) then the Linux machine needs to ARP for the router that is
>listed as the default route in the routing table.
>If no such default route exists, you will not be able to reach the
>remote host. If the router doesn't reply to your ARP request, you
>will not be able to reach the remote host.
>Check to make sure you are not having either one of these problems.
I'm on the same network: NotLinux is 126.96.36.199 and Linux is 188.8.131.52
with netmask 255.255.255.0
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