Re: cluster on firewall?
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On Thursday 06 February 2003 09:32, Kristof Goossens wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 06, 2003 at 03:09:34AM +0200, Haim Ashkenazi wrote:
> > Hi
> > I have setup a firewall with 4 legs as follows:
> > * One leg goes to the router (cisco).
> > * Second leg goes to a switch connected to the internal network
> > (10.20...).
> > * The third and fourth legs are both for the dmz. one goes to a
> > switch with many dmz hosts connected to it, and the other goes
> > directly to an isolated dmz host (which the firewall acts as a
> > proxy-arp for it).
> > I've used woody+iptables+shorewall for this setting.
> > Now, since the firewall is the most critical host, I want to setup some
> > kind of failsafe, so even if that host dies all the traffic will go
> > through another host.
> > Since I don't even have an idea where to start, I'll appreciate any
> > ideas/comments/pointers to documentations, etc...
> check out the heartbeat package. It might be just the thing you are looking
> Kind regards,
you might find usefull the vrrpd code.
apt-cache show vrrpd
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