I have configured a static arp entry for a NLB address using the below config on a 4510 running IOS cat4000-i5k91s-mz.122-25.EW:
arp 10.70.4.97 xxxx.xxxx.xxxx ARPA
I cannot ping the IP within the core that I have configured the ARPA entry on (from any VLAN including it's own)... however, from another network that is firewalled off and physically totally separate, I can ping to it fine.
Has anyone seen this problem before and can adise why this is happening and how to resolve?
I do not control the server config for this unfortunately, but it should be NFT only - one server is primary, another standby - so no complex config on the router/switches required. This should be a standard set-up that we have across our Datacenter, so I would think this is all checked out already.
That being said - is there anything that you are looking for inparticular?
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