Neighbour Table Oveflow

nate fuhriman nfuhriman at lnxi.com
Tue Apr 24 10:38:36 EDT 2001


Most of the time that I have seen this message it is either bad hardware 
or improperly seated cards. In your case I would look to make sure that 
the network card is all the way into the slot. Most of the time that I 
have seen it is when I was working with scsi. So if you have scsi cards 
then make sure they are seated as well. Also some riser cards are 
notorious for making this error if you are using one try a different 
one, or if possible plug directly into the mother board.

Nate
nfuhriman at linuxnetworx.com

Scott Shealy wrote:

> I am kickstarting(RH7.0) and somtimes right after the box gets its IP via
> DHCP and then proceeds to mount the Redhat directory via NFS it fails and I
> get the kernel message
> 
> Neighbour Table Overflow...
> 
> What is this? and any idea why I am getting this? I know this has to do with
> the networking subsystem b/c I found the message in the source.  I am using
> NetGear FA310 cards which use the Tulip driver. On the NFS server I am
> running nfs-utils-0.3.1 from the sourceforge NFS project on the server.
> There are no messages in the server log indicating any error.  It has a
> kingston network card..
> 
> Any insight are appreciated
> Scott
> 
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