> > right. But the address that did the querying is not in the same
> > subnet as the address it was asking for. With BSDI For example,
> > it will not respond
> ARP doesnt care. If someone asks for an address it will
> reply. They probably shouldnt have asked for the address but since
> they did they assume we are locally reachable and we oblige.
So an admin can adjust this behaviour with ipfilter? I mean, if there
are relevant forwarding rules, they should be consulted before
responding to the ARP request. Looks like someone(tm) must have such
a network and care sufficiently to implement it, though.
> I don't see any spec violation
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