multiple lvs on single interface
Joseph Mack NA3T
jmack at wm7d.net
Thu Jan 5 14:44:34 GMT 2006
On Thu, 5 Jan 2006, Muneer wrote:
> In that configuration, we have 2 routers R1 and R2.
> R1->10.0.0.1 and R2->10.0.0.2. Both are default routers.
> When R1 fails, R2 has to take over the traffic to R1 and
> when R2 fails, R1 has to take the traffic to R2. (network
> is unreachable only when both routers are down). If this
> is not still clear, let me know.
I asssume then you're up on the problems of dead gateway
detection (there are links in the HOWTO). It's not simple,
presumably why you're using vrrrp.
> Yes. It is not accepting the packet because of the
> mismatch in MAC address.( I am not changing the original
> NIC address of the director because I need 2 directors
> simultaniously. Each instances should accept packet to a
> particular MAC)
hmm. Don't understand why a router is sending a packet with
the wrong MAC address to the director. Is arp not working?
Do you know about send-arp?
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