> On Apr 11, 2005 9:18 AM, Roman Kuznetsov <rk at systola dot de> wrote:
> > >
> > > It may be the ARP cache on your ISPs routers - some ISPs have
> > > unreasonably long TTLs on their ARP caches. If this is the case you
> > > will just have to wait for the cache to expire.
> > >
> > > Or you may also need to add the additional IPs to ARP Proxy
> > > (Services -> Proxy ARP).
> > Well, it says "you do not need Proxy ARP in most cases".
> > And I do not think it has to do with ARP at all:
> > I added an alias with ifconfig through /exec.php and it started
> > working immediately.
> > But, of course, it will be gone after restart.
> > So something is not quite right there with that additional IPs on WAN.
> And it's proxy ARP, James is right. Add it.
Yes, it worked!
I would consider this illogical, but it works.