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Re: Re: VRRPd for REAL router


So no I have a router that forwards packets from network A to network
B. I want to make it HA. I have installed and configured it so that
VRRPd makes one virtual IP in network A (and that works OK
when i disconnect any of the routers from this network) and one
virtual IP in network B (and that works OK when i disconnect 
any of the routers from this network).
When I disconnect any of the routers from both networks, it
works OK also, BUT when I disconnect one router (that is MASTER
for the other network) from one of the networks, the cluster
DOES NOT FORWARD packets (of course, it should happend, but
I want that it will not)


======= At 2002-08-29, 08:41:00 you wrote: =======

>On Thu, Aug 29, 2002 at 04:24:32PM +0200, Dmitry Golubev wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Help me please with deployment of such a solution:
>> Two nodes running VRRPd with two Ethernet ifaces (on which
>> VRRPd is running) makes two independant VRRP clusters.
>> But what I need is one cluster with two ifaces each so that
>> when one link is down the router will not forward to it.
>> Maybe, I do not understand the VRRP idea, but I need a solution
>> for that because I need to build real HA router that works
>Perhaps I haven't had enough caffeine yet this morning, but I'm not
>yet understanding what is is you want to do.  Could you provide a
>simple diagram?
>Nathan Norman - Micromuse Ltd. mailto:nnorman@micromuse.com
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