Router with 2 (or more) interfaces in same network
Rosen Adam J NPRI
RosenAJ at Npt.NUWC.Navy.Mil
Mon Dec 8 16:17:20 UTC 2003
This topic was discussed about a month ago, but I just found this mail list while doing a search. I have the same question that was discussed before. However, this is the first router I have ever set up, so I could be completely wrong about how I am doing things, but I'll explain to the best of my ability.
I am setting up a router/firewall (Nokia IP380). For redundancy, I want 2 interfaces on the same subnet. The IP380 will be connecting to a pair of routing switches which are running VRRP. I am trying to use static routes, due to the fact that network topology will not be changing outside of hardware failure, and to keep speed as high as possible. How can I set up static routing to the virtual router if I can't have a second interface on the same subnet to pick up the floating IP address in case the VRRP master fails? Am I misunderstanding VRRP here? If anyone can give me some helpful hints, I would appreciate it.
Adam J. Rosen
Naval Undersea Warfare Center
1176 Howell St.
Newport, RI 02841
Toll Free: 800-669-6892 x24740
Email: rosenaj at npt.nuwc.navy.mil
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