broadcast heartbeat once per second?

Juri Haberland list-linux.lvs.users at spoiled.org
Thu Aug 16 11:07:08 BST 2001


Ricardo Kleemann <ricardo at emumail.com> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> 
> Something else I'm seeing... I have heartbeat running on my firewall, and
> I haven't yet properly configured it to allow the heartbeat udp packets on
> port 695. But it doesn't make sense to me to see this:
> 
> Aug 15 23:39:33 output DENY eth2 PROTO=17 192.168.1.1:50000
> 192.168.255.255:694 L=135 S=0x00 I=2192 F=0x0000 T=64 (#4)
> Aug 15 23:39:34 output DENY eth2 PROTO=17 192.168.1.1:50000
> 192.168.255.255:694 L=135 S=0x00 I=2224 F=0x0000 T=64 (#4)
> 
> Once per second I see a broadcast (192.168.255.255) on port 694.
> 
> Why is it being broadcast like that?

Hmm, I assume that you made a configuration error somewhere in your network
configuration.

What does the output of 'ifconfig -a' and 'netstat -rn' say?

(Btw: a better place to discuss Heartbeat problems is the heartbeat mailing
list.)

Cheers,
Juri

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Juri Haberland  <juri at koschikode.com> 





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