Subject: Re: question about CARP
To: George Chen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Liam J. Foy <email@example.com>
Date: 05/09/2006 11:24:27
On 9 May 2006, at 05:34, George Chen wrote:
> I have a question about CARP.
> I have two firewalls named fw1 and fw2. eth0 and eth0 are two
> interfaces on
> both fw1 and fw2. It works well when fw1 serves as MASTER, which means
> fw1.eth0 and fw1.eth1 are all MASTER. The problem is, when I down
> and therefore fw1.eth0 becomes BACKUP while fw2.eth0 becomes
> MASTER, will
> fw1.eth1 failovers to fw2.eth1? I didn't see that fw1.eth1 becomes
> which leads to the traffic fails.
> I don't know if CARPs on different interfaces but one same
> appliance are
> associated. If not, CARP can't help if individual interface fails.
> Am I
> right? If yes, how does it implemented?
> Thanks for all your time,
> George Chen
Hello, yes, I understand what you mean. Please view the following URL:
Check the following:
# sysctl -w net.inet.carp.preempt=1
This will cause group interface fall over. Are you running my patch
CURRENT or just asking?
Liam J. Foy