On the scheme you can see the variant "how it should work"
- host1 must have an oppurtunity to see host2, gateway ip, and reach the internet though its gw
- the gateway for each host must be the ip interface of the vrrp interface (188.8.131.52 for host1 and 184.108.40.206 for host2)
- if MASTER vrrp router fails, the outage for host1 must be minimal
but in real life the scheme doesn't works properly
- I have two Mikrotic routers (MT), connected via trunk link (eth5)
- vlans on both MT are attached to eth5
add vlan-id=10 name=vlan10 interface=ether5
add vlan-id=20 name=vlan20 interface=ether5
- vlans and access ports are attached to bridge interfaces (one bridge for each vlan)
- the ip addresses can be seen on the sheme
When there is no vrrp enabled, all works fine - host1 can ping host2 and each of the vlan interfaces
When I try to attach vrrp to each vlan interface, the vrrp interface goes to Inactive state.
If I delete vlan from the bridge (/int bridge port) the vrrp becomes active, but there is no more bridge and connectivity between access ports and vlan
Does anyone have thoughts, how to solve this problem?