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Re: CARP failure: Juniper arp timeouts?



On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 11:08:09AM +0200, Wild Karl-Heinz wrote:
> In message "CARP failure: Juniper arp timeouts?"
>    on 20.04.2004, Eric Eekhof <eric_(_at_)_eekhof_(_dot_)_net> writes:
> 
> EE> FW 1
> EE> ----
> EE> /etc/hostname.carp0:
> EE> vhid 1 pass mekmitasdigoat 192.168.0.2
>                                ^^^^^^^^^^^
> 
> EE> /etc/hostname.carp1:
> EE> vhid 2 pass mekmitasdigoat 192.168.0.2
>                                ^^^^^^^^^^^
> Make this sense?

According to the carp manpage it does:

<QUOTE>
     First the carp interfaces on Host A are configured.  The advskew of 100
     on the second virtual host means that it's advertisements will be sent
     out slightly less frequently.

           # ifconfig carp0 create
           # ifconfig carp0 vhid 1 pass mekmitasdigoat 192.168.1.10
           # ifconfig carp1 create
           # ifconfig carp1 vhid 2 advskew 100 pass mekmitasdigoat
           # 192.168.1.10

     The configuration for host B is identical, except the skew is on virtual
     host 1 rather than virtual host 2.

           # ifconfig carp0 create
           # ifconfig carp0 vhid 1 advskew 100 pass mekmitasdigoat
           # 192.168.1.10
           # ifconfig carp1 create
           # ifconfig carp1 vhid 2 pass mekmitasdigoat 192.168.1.10
</QUOTE>

However, I tested the setup also with only carp0 active. Didn't change a
thing.

Regards,
Eric