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sd82979
16/11/2015, 13h18
Citation Envoyé par PierrYves L
Ce type de requêtes n'est pas effectué en permanence.
.
désolé de contredire, c'est en continu depuis au moins vendredi

merci de revoir.

sd82979
13/11/2015, 14h58
Citation Envoyé par PierrYves L
Ces requêtes sont effectués sur la patte WAN de votre modem et non sur la patte LAN.
encore heureux
ce qui me gène, c'est la BP que ça bouffe (même si c'est pas énorme) 1% en gros.
certains diront que c'est négligeable, j'en conviens, c'est purement par principe.

sd82979
13/11/2015, 14h30
je viens de faire la même capture sur un lien adsl completel que nous avons en parallèle du votre.

voici ce qui est capturé au niveau du routeur en 20mn:
.
non, il n'y a pas d'erreur dans le quote, c'est bien vide (j'ai retiré les trames "utiles")

la conf est la même, modem ADSL en bridge sur le même routeur (multiwan)

PierrYves L
13/11/2015, 14h27
Ce type de requêtes n'est pas effectué en permanence. Cependant, je ne connais pas la fréquence de celle-ci.

Ces requêtes sont effectués sur la patte WAN de votre modem et non sur la patte LAN.

Bien cordialement,
PierrYves L.

sd82979
13/11/2015, 14h06
pourquoi c’était pas le cas avant ? (cf les captures du début de l'année)
je sais pas depuis quand ça dure, j'ai pas le nez sur la BP en permanence.

après, demander aux modems de répondre qui a une IP alors que vous êtes en DHCP (donc que c'est vous qui attribuez les IPs), c'est assez bizarre.....

PierrYves L
13/11/2015, 13h22
Bonjour,

L'envoi de requêtes ARP en Broadcast est normal de la part du routeur. Cela lui permet de savoir quel IP est attribué sur chaque équipement du réseau en /22 de votre adresse IP publique.

Cordialement,
PierrYves L.

sd82979
13/11/2015, 10h40
Aller, UPPPPPPPPP !

ça recommence.
cette fois c'est deux de vos routeurs qui font du broadcast ARP

exemple sur 10 secondes:
Code:
No.,"Time","Source","Destination","Protocol","Length","Info"
1,"0.000000","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.150?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
2,"0.000027","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.16?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
3,"0.000035","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.204?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
4,"0.102504","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.129?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
5,"0.121254","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.219?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
6,"0.179998","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.182?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
7,"0.221249","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.96?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
8,"0.241247","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.252?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
9,"0.261243","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.247?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
10,"0.262575","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.67?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
11,"0.320005","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.232?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
12,"0.482512","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.235?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
13,"0.570000","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.150?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
16,"0.618756","MS-NLB-PhysServer-04_49:04:63:c9","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.139?  Tell 109.190.184.255"
17,"0.621264","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.0?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
18,"0.691248","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.253?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
19,"0.788754","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.247?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
20,"0.791259","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.201?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
25,"1.001262","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.130?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
26,"1.021250","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.142?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
27,"1.079998","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.184?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
28,"1.121257","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.151?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
29,"1.139997","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.203?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
30,"1.161246","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.33?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
33,"1.201251","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.81?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
34,"1.202526","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.163?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
35,"1.202542","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.111?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
36,"1.275014","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.141?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
37,"1.290004","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.148?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
38,"1.383773","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.209?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
39,"1.383788","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.77?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
40,"1.383796","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.165?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
41,"1.412504","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.207?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
42,"1.432502","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.75?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
44,"1.502561","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.160?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
45,"1.570005","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.215?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
46,"1.631261","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.117?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
47,"1.670004","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.46?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
48,"1.700004","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.130?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
50,"1.720002","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.31?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
51,"1.741255","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.108?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
52,"1.761260","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.79?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
53,"1.762495","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.64?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
54,"1.792499","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.43?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
55,"1.830005","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.6?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
56,"1.902515","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.200?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
57,"1.902531","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.99?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
58,"1.980007","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.144?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
59,"2.010018","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.197?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
60,"2.010034","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.130?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
61,"2.051251","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.202?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
62,"2.162510","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.129?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
63,"2.180003","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.218?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
64,"2.261269","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.54?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
65,"2.261286","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.131?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
66,"2.280008","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.67?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
67,"2.401274","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.164?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
68,"2.431254","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.21?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
69,"2.701273","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.205?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
70,"2.701290","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.141?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
71,"2.721258","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.176?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
72,"2.721273","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.169?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
73,"2.743756","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.202?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
74,"2.762509","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.125?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
75,"2.803775","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.247?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
76,"2.803790","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.151?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
77,"2.861264","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.67?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
78,"2.880002","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.35?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
79,"2.902507","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.103?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
80,"2.920004","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.42?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
81,"2.961257","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.108?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
82,"3.021259","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.120?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
83,"3.061257","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.126?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
84,"3.100008","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.200?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
85,"3.233779","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.197?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
86,"3.233795","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.91?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
87,"3.233803","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.68?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
88,"3.233810","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.97?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
89,"3.290012","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.141?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
90,"3.430030","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.210?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
91,"3.431279","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.191?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
92,"3.562517","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.241?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
93,"3.582510","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.198?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
94,"3.722527","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.250?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
95,"3.762510","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.70?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
96,"3.763773","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.64?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
99,"3.842514","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.66?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
100,"3.905026","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.0?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
101,"3.951262","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.38?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
102,"3.991263","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.127?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
103,"4.011267","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.150?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
104,"4.011283","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.16?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
105,"4.011291","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.204?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
106,"4.121273","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.129?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
107,"4.121297","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.219?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
108,"4.190013","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.182?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
109,"4.220010","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.96?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
110,"4.251267","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.252?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
111,"4.270010","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.247?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
112,"4.321271","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.232?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
113,"4.443777","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.254?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
114,"5.120036","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.32?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
115,"5.200033","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.81?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
116,"5.570039","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.236?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
117,"5.740032","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.31?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
118,"5.900038","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.242?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
119,"6.290048","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.67?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
122,"6.820030","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.247?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
126,"7.300049","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.141?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
127,"7.780050","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.64?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
128,"8.571302","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.150?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
129,"8.631292","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.0?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
130,"8.710030","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.253?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
131,"8.811290","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.201?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
132,"9.080055","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.184?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
133,"9.131286","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.151?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
134,"9.151285","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.203?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
135,"9.181287","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.33?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
136,"9.211282","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.163?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
137,"9.212542","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.111?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
138,"9.291295","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.148?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
139,"9.402561","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.209?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
140,"9.402592","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.77?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
141,"9.402600","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.165?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
142,"9.431295","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.207?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
143,"9.512536","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.160?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
144,"9.550033","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.194?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
145,"9.560089","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.153?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
146,"9.580035","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.215?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
147,"9.603781","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.208?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
148,"9.641287","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.117?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
149,"9.712539","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.130?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
150,"9.752535","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.108?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
151,"9.773779","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.79?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
152,"9.793784","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.43?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
153,"9.835048","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.47?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
156,"9.848790","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.206?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
158,"9.913794","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.200?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
159,"9.913809","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.184.99?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
160,"9.930036","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.186.191?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
161,"9.960038","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.58?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
162,"9.972533","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.187.130?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
163,"9.993783","Cisco_14:3e:c1","Broadcast","ARP","60","Who has 109.190.185.144?  Tell 109.190.187.253"
kesako ?
au moins, on sait que la ligne est UP

PierrYves L
26/03/2015, 11h43
Bonjour,

Je viens de vous apporter un réponse concernant les trames HSRP toujours présentes.

Je vous invite à prendre connaissance de celui-ci.

Bien cordialement,
PierrYves L

sd82979
24/03/2015, 10h39
Bonjour,

en effet, c'est beaucoup mieux !

cependant,
"No.","Time","Source","Destination","Protocol","Le ngth","Info"
"2","0.974939","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","HSRP ","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"3","0.975409","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","HSRP ","62","Hello (state Active)"
"12","3.966965","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","HSR P","62","Hello (state Active)"
"13","3.968194","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","HSR P","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"14","6.967389","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","HSR P","62","Hello (state Active)"
"15","6.968613","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","HSR P","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"19","9.974715","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","HSR P","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"20","9.975429","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","HSR P","62","Hello (state Active)"
"25","12.967493","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","HS RP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"26","12.968227","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","HS RP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"27","15.974810","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","HS RP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"28","15.976028","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","HS RP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"80","18.974984","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","HS RP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"81","18.975709","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","HS RP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"89","21.977403","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","HS RP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"90","21.978593","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","HS RP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"94","24.977551","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","HS RP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"95","24.978287","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","HS RP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"99","27.980449","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","HS RP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"100","27.980575","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"101","30.987756","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"102","30.988486","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"107","33.988191","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"108","33.988654","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"109","36.990330","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"110","36.991548","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"114","39.997664","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"115","39.997704","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"116","41.552543","8.8.8.8","109.190.187.215","DNS ","137","Standard query response 0x4a84 CNAME secure.logmein.com.akadns.net A 64.94.46.193"
"120","42.997314","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"121","42.998544","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"122","45.997761","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"123","46.001433","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"126","47.747949","192.168.1.254","224.0.0.1","IGM Pv3","60","Membership Query, general"
"128","48.998666","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"129","48.999885","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
"130","52.000319","109.190.187.253","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Active)"
"131","52.001527","109.190.187.252","224.0.0.2","H SRP","62","Hello (state Standby)"
sur une capture d'une minute a l'instant, il reste 1 paquet qui n'a rien a voir avec la choucroute (dst 109.190.187.215)
et il y a toujours ces trames HSRP, dont je doute de l'utilité sur une ligne xDSL (surtout quand le modem derrière est en bridge)

Merci !

- - - Mise à jour - - -

le trafic a tout de même été divisé par 10 !

PierrYves L
24/03/2015, 10h14
Bonjour,

Veuillez nous excuser pour le délai de réponse.

Un défaut a été constaté au niveau de la configuration du LNS. Celui-ci a été corrigé, vous ne devez donc plus recevoir de requêtes qui ne vous sont pas destinées.

Je me permets de prendre en compte votre demande par mail sur ce point. N'hésitez pas à revenir vers moi si le défaut est toujours présent.

Veuillez nous excuser pour la gêne occasionnée.

Bien cordialement,
PierrYves L.

sd82979
24/03/2015, 08h44
bien sur, c'est prévu !

Warven
24/03/2015, 08h24
J'avoue être intrigue par votre situation, mais je pense que seul le staff OVH peut vous apporter une réponse malheureusement. Si vous pouviez nous tenir au courant de la réponse du support ici cela serait bienvenue je pense

sd82979
24/03/2015, 07h41
Bonjour,
35 vues, pas de réponse, j'ai ouvert un ticket au support

sd82979
23/03/2015, 11h05
Bonjour,

comme indiqué dans le sujet, j'ai souscrit pour mon entreprise a une ADSL pro OVH (dégroupée, avec GTR)

la ligne a 1 an, et fonctionne plutôt bien (debit pas super top, mais assez loin du central)

le modem est configuré en bridge.

aujourd'hui, la ligne n'est pas utilisée (lien backup) , ce qui n'était pas le cas avant.
bizarrement, je vois toujours les LEDs clignoter sur le modem et le routeur.

j'ai donc effectué un dump de ce qui passe, et j'ai eu la (désagréable) surprise de constater que du trafic arrive sur mon router qui ne m'est absolument pas destiné.

mon adresse est du style 109.190.186.XX, et je vois de nombreuses trames destinées à d'autres IP dans la tranche 109.190.178.ZZZ
l'exemple le plus flagrant est celui du monitoring OVH, ou je reçois toutes les 5 secondes une vingtaines de trames ICMP, dont une seule est destinée a mon IP.

en résume, j'ai l'impression que le broadcast n'est pas filtré ou que le routage est foireux et que du coup de la bande passante est consommée pour rien par des trames destinées aux voisins.

sur 10sec, voici ce qui passe (et qui n'a rien à voir avec moi):
Code:
"No."	"Time"		"Source"	"Destination"		"Protocol""Length"	"Info"
"14"	"0.260662"	"109.190.187.253"	"224.0.0.2"	"HSRP"	"62"	"Hello (state Active)"
"15"	"0.260708"	"109.190.187.252"	"224.0.0.2"	"HSRP"	"62"	"Hello (state Standby)"
"71"	"2.894482"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.101"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0xd112	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"72"	"2.906529"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.102"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x9bad	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"73"	"2.974056"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.103"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x9bad	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"74"	"3.115961"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.98"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0xd112	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"76"	"3.143551"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.102"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x6586	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"77"	"3.168190"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.96"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0xd112	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"78"	"3.229296"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.99"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0xd112	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"79"	"3.259606"	"109.190.187.253"	"224.0.0.2"	"HSRP"	"62"	"Hello (state Active)"
"80"	"3.260835"	"109.190.187.252"	"224.0.0.2"	"HSRP"	"62"	"Hello (state Standby)"
"82"	"3.293101"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.99"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x9bad	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"83"	"3.316265"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.97"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0xd112	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"85"	"3.362346"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.100"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x9bad	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"86"	"3.405948"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.99"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x6586	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"87"	"3.436003"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.103"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0xd112	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"89"	"3.439454"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.98"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x6586	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"90"	"3.449310"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.96"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x9bad	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"91"	"3.462618"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.96"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x6586	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"92"	"3.475923"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.98"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x9bad	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"94"	"3.575712"	"50.93.230.167"	"109.190.178.102"	"ICMP"	"119"	"Destination unreachable (Port unreachable)"
"95"	"3.594670"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.101"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x6586	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"96"	"3.646908"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.101"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x9bad	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"97"	"3.666371"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.100"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x6586	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"98"	"3.668345"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.97"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x9bad	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"99"	"3.703574"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.100"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0xd112	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"100"	"3.719342"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.102"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0xd112	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"101"	"3.723037"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.97"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x6586	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"102"	"3.780691"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.103"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x6586	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"111"	"6.261995"	"109.190.187.253"	"224.0.0.2"	"HSRP"	"62"	"Hello (state Active)"
"112"	"6.262726"	"109.190.187.252"	"224.0.0.2"	"HSRP"	"62"	"Hello (state Standby)"
"113"	"7.903886"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.100"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x2c7b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"114"	"7.920877"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.96"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x5160	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"115"	"7.920884"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.98"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x5160	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"116"	"7.985189"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.99"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x2c7b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"117"	"7.999708"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.96"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x988b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"118"	"8.071668"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.102"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x2c7b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"119"	"8.081755"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.101"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x5160	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"121"	"8.109350"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.103"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x2c7b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"122"	"8.161088"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.98"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x988b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"123"	"8.163547"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.101"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x988b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"124"	"8.167493"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.103"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x988b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"125"	"8.188436"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.100"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x5160	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"127"	"8.216769"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.96"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x2c7b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"128"	"8.241905"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.99"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x5160	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"129"	"8.257667"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.101"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x2c7b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"131"	"8.304481"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.100"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x988b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"132"	"8.306948"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.98"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x2c7b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"133"	"8.334541"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.103"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x5160	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"134"	"8.412161"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.97"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x5160	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"135"	"8.422263"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.97"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x988b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"136"	"8.467089"	"92.222.184.1"	"109.190.178.102"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x5160	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"137"	"8.541503"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.102"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x988b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"138"	"8.740083"	"92.222.185.1"	"109.190.178.99"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x988b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"139"	"8.792314"	"92.222.186.1"	"109.190.178.97"	"ICMP"	"60"	"Echo (ping) request  id=0x2c7b	 seq=1/256	 ttl=10 (no response found!)"
"140"	"9.237050"	"193.184.21.194"	"109.190.178.97"	"DNS"	"80"	"Standard query response 0x60b2 Server failure"
"141"	"9.266609"	"109.190.187.252"	"224.0.0.2"	"HSRP"	"62"	"Hello (state Standby)"
"142"	"9.268330"	"109.190.187.253"	"224.0.0.2"	"HSRP"	"62"	"Hello (state Active)"
j'ai raison de m’inquiéter ???
ya une solution pour éviter ça ?
ma ligne est pas super bonne, et ça pompe quand même pas mal de BP en proportion.

@OVH staff, mon id sur le forum est mon nic

Merci