Thanks for the help. The WAN IP address, gateway and subnet mask is being
assigned via DHCP/pppoA. I have no control over that.
The D-Link modem appears to be bridging the external IP address.
External: Assigned via DHCP (and shows as the external IP above)
Internal: 192.168.123.1 (with DHCP turned on for clients)
so the error in this case is:
Kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate llinfo for 126.96.36.199rt
Kernel: arplookup 188.8.131.52 failed: host is not on local network
I'm totally confused by this one! Any help is much appreciated
On 4/30/05, Paul <paul at audiosamples dot co dot uk> wrote:
> I know that this has already been asked, but no replies have been made - so
> am hunting around for a possible cause/resolution for this error message
> that monowall is producing in its system logs.
> The modem I am using is a D-Link DSL-300T DSL modem. When I connect a PC
> directly to it there is no problem. The WAN IP address is assigned to the
> NIC without trouble. However monowall produces the following error messages:
> Kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate llinfo for aa.bb.cc.ddrt
> Kernel: arplookup aa.bb.cc.dd failed: host is not on local network
What's your WAN IP, subnet mask, and default gateway? I believe that
error message happens when the WAN default gateway isn't within the