Basically stated I am experiencing serious ARP flooding from my Cisco Router in one of my remote facilities. This facility is connected to the corporate network via EIGRP routed traffic. But every hour or so, we receive an ARP flood such as the following:
ARP flooding begins at 10.11.0.1 and enumerateds ARP requests through and including 10.11.255.254.
We have updated all of the clients in the local subnet with all of the Microsoft Critical Updates and have run the Welchia removal tool from Symantec. We still get these ARP Requests from our Cisco Router.
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