On Mon, 6 Jun 2005, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> Stuff like CARP fails over virtual MAC's to other machines. I
> wonder has anyone played around with this? It'd be interesting to
> know how fun do deal with that is.
Aye, VRRP iirc uses a virtual MAC. Makes it a beast to implement
though AFAIK. Not sure about CARP.
> Yeah, now just have to figure out how good Linux's equal-cost
> multipath code is for per-interface static routes.
Ask P at draig I guess :)
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