Flushing Routing Tables on BayStack ARN Router

Posted on 2004-11-18
Last Modified: 2008-02-07
I have a Bay Network Bay Stack ARN Router with the Model # CV1001001
My problem is that we have 2 networks and when communicating between the 2 networks the communication is slow. For example our Intranet Server is one of those networks and my computer is on the other network, when simply accessing the intranet site it takes quite a bit of time for it to load. This problem is with communication in general, its slow to copy files as well.
Any suggestions would greatly be appreciated.
In the past I think I had to flush the routing tables and it seemed to have fixed the problem then, but now I cant remember what commands I used to flush them.
So Can someone please tell me how to flush the routing tables in this router? What are the commands? Or if anyone has any other suggestions?
Question by:ahdharia

    Accepted Solution

    In version 12.x & higher you can use "clear ip arp <ip_address>". I am not sure but you may be able to just clear ip arp.

    Expert Comment

    I forgot to add this. You can just enter "listarp" to view the ARP cache, and then enter "flusharp 1 <ip_address>"

    Author Comment

    Thanks JeffWinkler!

    I havent had the chance to try it yet. But that sounds very familiar.

    Thanks for your help!

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