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RE: ARP Poisoning
From: "David Gillett" <gillettdavid () fhda edu>
Date: Tue, 6 May 2003 11:44:21 -0700

  I don't see how this (which should help prevent local IP
address spoofing) helps with ARP.  ARP is only relevant 
within the local segment; the router only needs to come into
play to handle inter-segment traffic.

David Gillett

-----Original Message-----
From: Sapient2003 [mailto:sapient () qwest net]
Sent: May 5, 2003 12:18
To: Naman Latif
Cc: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Re: ARP Poisoning


If you use a Cisco router, just use Cisco Express Forwarding 
(CEF). This 
has the router check the source address of incomming packets 
agasint the 
interface through which the packet entered the router.


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