On Sat, 4 Jan 2003, Julian Anastasov wrote:
> On Sat, 4 Jan 2003, jamal wrote:
> > I think hacking the ARP code to do this would be horrible - one way to do
> > it is write a tc module that mungles outgoing ARPs to substitute the src
> > MAC address based on src IP.
> You can do it with arptables (still not sure how) or with
I havent seen user-space arptables around.
> # send all our requests from VRIP with VMAC
> ip arp add table output from 220.127.116.11 llsrc 00:00:5E:00:01:10
I like this concept. This + the patch i posted should resolve the problem
of getting multiple VRIDs on a single interface.
[Although you could do it in a lot less code, maybe 50%, using
some of the tc filter extensions i am working on; also a lot less code
> But this is not enough for VRRP. For Linux we need a
> way to bind VRIPs to source VMACs or sort of this. I'm cc-ing to Alexandre
> Cassen as he is working on VRRP (http://keepalived.sourceforge.net/).
> I hope he can shed some light on the VRRP needs.
I guess there is more than one VRRP implementation on Linux; the one i
played with is from some crazy Frenchman named Jerome Ettiene;->
With two conecpts being addressed i.e patch like that you have +
the patch i posted i dont see any orther reason VRRP to be hindered.