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Re: [Linux-cluster] VIP's on mixed subnets




Thanks Lon.  In my case I do not have another IP with another subnet.
So, the only way to do this would be by obtaining another NIC with the other SUBNET on it, correct?

e.g.
My eth0 and eth1 are bonded with the same IP address, on the same subnet (192.168.0./24)
I would need to order a new NIC (eth2), which would be on the other subnet (10.0.0.0/8), in order to use VIP from the 10.0 subnet?

Correct?

-Gary



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On Tue, 2008-04-01 at 11:38 -0600, Gary Romo wrote:
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> In my cluster all of my servers NICs are bonded.
> Up until recently all of my VIPs (for resources/services) were in the
> same subnet.
> Is it ok that VIPs be in mixed subnets?  Thanks.

Yes, as long as you have an IP on the subnet already.

e.g. if you have eth1 on 192.168.1.0/24 and eth2 on 10.0.0.0/8, you can
put IPs for those two subnets in cluster.conf.

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