job screening question
jared at puck.nether.net
Sat Jul 7 01:24:40 UTC 2012
Die proxy arp die. (and that's not German).
I've had a job or consulting gig or two that has inadvertently had this as the hidden glue making things work.
(wha, you can't route that subnet out an Ethernet interface without a next hop? It's always worked....)
I fight with sysadmins to this day about the concept of a broadcast domain and subnet... If I hear another case of someone saying that switch is the "80" subnet when there are 3 co-existing /24s in that domain I may go crazy....
I've cleaned up a lot of poor host and network management and it's amazing how much a difference the hardware operates without the hacks.
On Jul 6, 2012, at 8:51 PM, Ben Aitchison <ben at meh.net.nz> wrote:
> Routing loops, incorrect
> subnet masks. (like when people stick a /24 netmask on a /27 then can't reach another
> adjacent /27)
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