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Configuration Vrrp

Thu Dec 13, 2012 11:56 pm

Hello all,

I'm going through a problem in a VRRP protocol implementation in RouterBoard.
The scenario in my test environment is as follows:

- 02 RouterBoards RB750
- Vrrps implemented interfaces ether1 and ether2-WAN-LAN in each
one of RouterBoards.

The problem is that the virtual interfaces that are created for the external network, VRRP-WAN, they are getting Master in both RouterBoards. I've made several attempts to fix the problem but nothing. Below is my setup:
Router 1

Setting ips

0;;; ADM Network
     address = 192.168.88.1/24 network = 192.168.88.0 interface = ether5 ADM-current-interface = ether5-ADM
 1;;; External Network
     address = 192.168.1.232/24 network = 192.168.1.0 interface = ether1-WAN-interface = ether1 actual-WAN
 2 address = 11.11.11.2/32 network = 11.11.11.2 interface = vrrp-current-wan-wan interface = vrrp
 3;;;-Lan Ip Interface VRRP
     address = 10.1.1.1/24 network = 10.1.1.0 interface = vrrp-current lan-interface = vrrp-lan
 4;;; Internal Network
     address = 10.1.1.2/24 network = 10.1.1.0 interface = ether2-LAN-interface = ether2 actual-LAN
 5;;; VRRP Interface IP-Wan
     address = 192.168.1.234/24 network = 192.168.1.0 interface = vrrp-wan actual-interface = vrrp-wan


Configuring Interfaces Vrrps
0 RM name = "vrrp-wan" mtu = 1500 mac-address = 00:00:5 E: 00:01:31 arp = enabled interface = ether1-WAN VRID = 49 priority = 254 interval = 1s preemption-mode = yes
       authentication = none password = "" on-backup = "" on-master = "" version = 3 v3-protocol = ipv4
 1 RM name = "vrrp-lan" mtu = 1500 mac-address = 00:00:5 E: 00:01:1 D arp = enabled interface = ether2-LAN VRID = 29 priority = 254 interval = 1s preemption-mode = yes
       authentication = none password = "" on-backup = "" on-master = "" version = 3 v3-protocol = ipv4
Router 2
Configuration of ips
0;;; ADM Network
     address = 192.168.88.1/24 network = 192.168.88.0 interface = ether5 ADM-current-interface = ether5-ADM
 1;;; External Network
     address = 192.168.1.233/24 network = 192.168.1.0 interface = ether1-WAN-interface = ether1 actual-WAN
 2;;; Internal Network
     address = 10.1.1.3/24 network = 10.1.1.0 interface = ether2-LAN-interface = ether2 actual-LAN
 3;;;-lan ip vrrp
     address = 10.1.1.1/24 network = 10.1.1.0 interface = VRRP-current-interface = LAN-LAN VRRP
 4;;;-wan ip vrrp
     address = 192.168.1.234/24 network = 192.168.1.0 interface = WAN VRRP-current-interface = WAN-VRRP
 5 address = 11.11.11.1/32 network = 11.11.11.1 interface = WAN VRRP-current-interface = WAN-VRRP


Configuration of intefaces Vrrps
 0 RM name = "VRRP-WAN" mtu = 1500 mac-address = 00:00:5 E: 00:01:31 arp = enabled interface = ether1-WAN VRID = 49 priority = 200 interval = 1s preemption-mode = on
       authentication = none password = "" on-backup = "" on-master = "" version = 3 v3-protocol = ipv4
 1 RM name = "VRRP-LAN" mtu = 1500 mac-address = 00:00:5 E: 00:01:1 D arp = enabled interface = ether2-LAN VRID = 29 priority = 200 interval = 1s preemption-mode = on
       authentication = none password = "" on-backup = "" on-master = "" version = 3 v3-protocol = ipv4


The VRRP-WAN interfaces of the routers are both as Master,
anyone been through this?
Have any tips to pass?

I see in the log window system and he also returns the following message:
"WAN-VRRP packet received with bad checksum"
 
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Re: Configuration Vrrp

Wed Dec 04, 2013 5:02 pm

Did you ever find the cause of your checksum issue?

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