Junos Asymmetric Routing

Larry Sheldon LarrySheldon at cox.net
Fri May 28 16:14:33 UTC 2010

On 5/28/2010 07:37, Mark Hermsdorfer wrote:

> Having said that, If the JunOS based SRX platform does not do session
> tracking in the same was as the SSG platform it would seem that the most
> reasonable solution would be to NAT the traffic as has already been pointed
> out.

Gonna really highlight my ignorance here, but....

Given the terminology (primary" and "secondary" or "standby" (I forget
the exact terms used) in the OP, is it true that traffic arriving on the
secondary when the primary is up is a bad thing?

Given that to be true, is there no way in BGP to make the secondary look
poorer than the primary?

Or something.
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the vote.

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