On 10/26/05, Craig FALCONER <cfalconer at avonside dot school dot nz> wrote:
> Sorry Paul - you're close but incorrect.
> There's a machine on port sis2 that has an IP of 192.168.1.200, but m0n0wall
> knows this IP should be out port sis0.
Yes, and what he described is right, most always. "Connected
together" taken loosely. it just means they're both on the same
broadcast domain (or sometimes happens with bridging). almost always,
at least. that or you have a machine configured for the wrong IP
subnet on the wrong interface, but that's much less likely.
it's basically just a warning message, "hey, this looks like your
network is screwed up, you probably want to check this out".