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RV042G arp response

WAN1-address 10.0.0.140, 255.255.255.0, MAC xx.xx.xx.xx.xx.25

LAN1-adress 192.168.2.140, 255.255.255.0, MAC xx.xx.xx.xx.xx.24

When both interfaces are connected to the SAME physical network, the ip-address 10.0.0.140 resolves to MAC-address xx.24 while I would expect it would resolve to xx.25.

Is this behavior correct or is this a bug?

 

Any suggestions?

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Hello,Why are you connecting

Hello,

Why are you connecting the WAN and LAN to the same network?  These devices are not meant to work like that.  I can't tell you if that is a bug or not, but my guess would be the router sees a packet bound for one of it's interfaces, says "Hey that's me too" and answers out the same port the request came in on.

What exactly are you trying to accomplish?

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Christopher Ebert - Advanced Network Support Engineer

Cisco Small Business Support Center

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The RV042G is behind an

The RV042G is behind an internet router with NAT.

The local addresses are 10.0.0.x (and thus all systems route through the router with NAT).

To create a VPN with address 192.168.2.140 I am using the RV042G's LAN interface.

The WAN is at the 10.0.0.x address.

 

Unfortunately both are at the same physical network.

 

 

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