Yes you are right I plugged this server to the master incoming switch
testing early today and left it here.
Anyway my problem still continues with other servers so this messege have
nothing to do with my problem.
Do you have an Idea where should I check to get more info whats going on?
2006/5/23, Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com>:
> On 5/23/06, sHuKKo Kazandibi <shukko at gmail dot com> wrote:
> > May 23 21:34:25 /kernel: xl0: transmission error: 90
> > May 23 21:34:25 /kernel: xl0: tx underrun, increasing tx start
> threshold to 120 bytes
> those messages are normal. they will cause some transmission drops,
> but only a few times shortly after booting up. that's just the xl
> (3Com) card doing some self tuning. that's not related to your
> > May 23 22:06:04 /kernel: arp: 220.127.116.11 is on my0 but got reply from
> > 00:13:d4:a7:a4:6e on xl0
> do you have both interfaces of the firewall plugged into the same
> broadcast domain?
> that's the only circumstance where you should see that message, and
> that's not correct with the type of setup you describe. This does
> usually indicate a problem, not with your ARP configuration, but with
> how you have things plugged in.