[quagga-users 6759] Re: Quagga over CARP Interface

john smith johnsmith0302 at hotmail.com
Mon Apr 17 12:53:00 IST 2006


You mean on the same Node A, 2 interfaces to peer with by another node B? B 
peers to loopback on A and uses 2 statics pointing to each interface. 
(change the cost of the static if you do not like to use both)



>From: Arnold Nipper <arnold at nipper.de>
>To: john smith <johnsmith0302 at hotmail.com>
>CC: Quagga-users at lists.quagga.net
>Subject: Re: [quagga-users 6756] Re: Quagga over CARP Interface
>Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2006 11:58:55 +0200
>
>On 17.04.2006 08:53 john smith wrote
>
>>Yeah I guess due to the broadcast nature of the media... It still is "2 
>>different interfaces" though, and running a full mesh BGP on the LAN is 
>>not a bad idea either.
>>
>
>Imho you are mixing things ... there are not two different interfaces from 
>the view of the non-VRRP speaking router So in case of three routers and 
>two of them offer a VRRP address, one session will already constitue a full 
>mesh
>
>
>
>Arnold
>
>>
>>>From: Arnold Nipper <arnold at nipper.de>
>>>To: john smith <johnsmith0302 at hotmail.com>
>>>CC: Quagga-users at lists.quagga.net
>>>Subject: [quagga-users 6756] Re: Quagga over CARP Interface
>>>Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2006 23:35:05 +0200
>>>
>>>On 13.04.2006 20:30 john smith wrote
>>>
>>>>>From outside there is no A or B. It simply looks like *one* box,
>>>>
>>>>Yes but the nexthop will still have to change somewhere :) ??? be it up 
>>>>in the CPU or down on the line card! Even if it is one big box if I have 
>>>>2 wires and I want to send something out via wire A and then shift to 
>>>>outgoing via wire B (unless I was using both in the 1st place), I would 
>>>>need to make a change in my forwarding table, would i not?
>>>>
>>>
>>>Remember ... when dealing with CARP/VRRP it's the *same* wire,
>>>
>
>--
>Arnold Nipper, AN45

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