24 Oct 2002 21:29:27 +0100
On Thu, 2002-10-24 at 18:47, Alan Robertson wrote:
> The ARP cache entries are supposed to time out after a period of time
> without any ARPs being sent. This doesn't depend on non-ARP traffic AFAIK.
> Others who have had similar problems usually report that this is indeed
> what happens. But, I'm not a networking expert. It could be your router
> just has a long ARP cache timeout.
Some routers only timeout ARP entries when they need to reuse the cache
entry for something else. Frequently that means never