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Subject: Re: cipe won't answer arp requests for its interface?
From: James Ralston <qralston+ml.cipe-l,AT,andrew,DOT,cmu,DOT,edu>
Date: Sun, 1 Apr 2001 05:10:37 +0200
In-reply-to: <vxkae6db5hd.fsf@cinnamon.vanillaknot.com>

On 22 Mar 2001, Karl Kleinpaste wrote:

> James Ralston <qralston+ml.cipe-l,AT,andrew,DOT,cmu,DOT,edu> writes:
> > Is there some reason why that isn't the default?
>
> Because in the case where CIPE is being used as an intermediate router
> to another network, it likely isn't needed at all.  That is, in the
> case where a pair of CIPE-running hosts are the general gateways into
> their respective networks, all hosts on the far side of the opposite
> CIPE router have routing entries to send traffic through their local
> CIPE relay to the other side.
>
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