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Old 11-15-2007
How to turn off "discard RIP response" message

I am running a solaris 10 box and is just a workstation. I want to turn off the message below since it is annoying me.

Nov 15 12:16:07 stage5 in.routed[154]: discard RIP response; source not on interface eri0

This message only pops up when I am in a console. Telnet doesn't see it.

Please help.

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Old 11-15-2007
If you are running a workstation, and are not acting as a router or gateway you shouldn't need to have in.routed running.
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Old 11-15-2007
Originally Posted by porter
If you are running a workstation, and are not acting as a router or gateway you shouldn't need to have in.routed running.
I haven't seen that message anymore. Awesome!!!!

Many thanks,


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