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Re: CARP failure: Juniper arp timeouts?



Wild Karl-Heinz <kh_(_dot_)_wild_(_at_)_wicom_(_dot_)_li> reflected:

> >> 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?
> 
> EE> According to the carp manpage it does:
> 
> Maybe it should work, i really don't know, but
> nevertheless make it sense?

Yes, it does make sense.  advskew is only used if you want one host to
be master above the other.

Looking at this, this is strange.  It's as if the hosts can't see each
other advertising.

You don't have any firewall rules in place on either system that block
CARP packets, do you?

-Sunny Raspet