From: Peter Olsson <peter.olsson@vi...> - 2005-05-24 05:49:33
I need to define more VLAN's as well, I use about 10 different VLANS's =
over this connection. I guess it still would be possible to do it this =
way - by using bond0 -> bond10, all configured over different VLAN'ed =
interfaces, but it would be much better with a fix with the ARP packets, =
once and for all...
I will try Jay's patch later this week, and let you know about the =
Thanks for all answers.
Fr=E5n: Mark Huth [mailto:mhuth@...]
Skickat: m=E5 2005-05-23 23:41
Till: Jay Vosburgh
Kopia: Peter Olsson; bonding-devel@...
=C4mne: Re: [Bonding-devel] Using arp_ip_target in a VLAN environment =
What happens if you configure a VLAN on each of the MAC interfaces, and
then bond those devices? Seems like this would leave the bond above the
VLAN tagging/untagging, and then whatever the bond sends, including
arps, should just get tagged on the way out?
Jay Vosburgh wrote:
>Peter Olsson <peter.olsson@...> wrote:
>>Am I doing something wrong, or am I just the first one trying this =
>>I don't want to use miimon, I beleive arp_ip_target is a more safe way =
of knowing when an interface is REALLY down.
> Can you try the gratuitous ARP patch that I posted last week?
>Part of that patch includes additional logic to apply appropriate VLAN
>tags to the ARP probes (which bonding currently does not do).
> That patch is for 2.6.11 or so, so it may or may not apply to
>2.4 (I haven't tried).=20
> -Jay Vosburgh, IBM Linux Technology Center, fubar@...
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