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Re: Carp and /30 network
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Carp and /30 network
- From: Nigel Wohlers <openbsd_(_at_)_eyede_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2005 15:02:02 +1300
- Cc: stephen_(_dot_)_marley_(_at_)_catwoman_(_dot_)_cl-is_(_dot_)_com
- Reply-to: openbsd_(_at_)_eyede_(_dot_)_com
Stephen Marley wrote:
I'm also using the carpdev feature with addressless physical interfaces.
It's working pretty well since the recent commits by Ryan McBride and
his carp team (problem with the default route is fixed), however, in my
limited testing, there are still some issues where arpresolve errors can
occur on failover which makes carp stop working. (I assume the devs know
of these issues because I can get them to show up merely by repeatedly
rebooting or pulling/inserting cables on the master device?).
I have been testing carp with the carpdev support for a few weeks now,
and I too have noticed the issues you state in your previous posts
regarding the default route of the BACKUP firewall when using carpdev on
an addressless interface.
I am running a fresh install of 17th Feb snapshot on two identical test
machines without preempt (advskew).
You mention "problem with the default route is fixed" in this post; I am
interested to know how this is fixed, or rather how you came to know
this. Do you have an /etc/mygate, use bgpd, ifstated, routed?
Sorry if this is a little off topic for this thread but I am interested
in your findings as you seem to be actively testing this setup like myself.
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