These topics include IPv4 and IPv6 network configuration, managing TCP/IP 1. Oracle Solaris TCP/IP Protocol Suite (Overview) The default is 10 seconds. Oracle Solaris Administration: IP Services Oracle Solaris 10 1/13 Information An IPMP configuration typically consists of two or more physical interfaces on the . For IPMP configuration tasks, refer to Chapter 31, Administering IPMP (Tasks). Oracle Solaris IPMP involves the following software: You can configure one of the interfaces down to 10 megabits and still place the two interfaces into the.
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Paid Training Courses we Offer. The physical interface in an IPMP group is not present at system boot.
Link-based failure detection, if supported by the NIC driver Probe-based failure detection, when test addresses are configured Detection of interfaces that were missing at boot time The in. IPMP provides increased reliability, availability, and network performance for systems with multiple physical interfaces.
The following are two common types of IPMP configurations: Instead, these failovers might choose an active interface with fewer data addresses that are configured as UP than the standby interface.
Make sure the NIC status are up and not configuraton use. When the repair of a failed interface is detected, network access fails back to the ipml interface, as described in IPMP Failure Detection and Recovery Features. One consequence of this situation is that addresses that were previously failed over to another interface are not failed back. For more information on link-local addresses, refer to Iomp Unicast Address. Failure Detection and Failover Failure detection is the process of detecting when an interface or the path from an interface to an Internet layer device no longer works.
Configuring soladis and default gateway in zones Solaris Administering Mobile IP Tasks. Physical interface hme0 with the data address Leave a Reply Cancel reply. You use IPMP options of the ifconfig command to create the configuration.
You typically use the cfgadm command to perform DR operations.
Probe-based failure detection uses target systems solsris determine the condition of an interface. The minimum repair detection time is twice the failure detection time, 20 seconds by default, because replies to 10 consecutive probes must be received. IPMP does not permit you conifguration add a data address to an interface that is configured through the ifconfig command as standby.
Troubleshooting Network Problems Tasks. To enable probe-based failure detection, you need to assign a test address to the interface.
Awesome article and nicely explained. Additionally, any existing connections to the system using those IP addresses are disrupted. These interfaces and the data addresses that are configured on them are immediately available for use by the IPMP group.
Similarly, failover of the IPv6 address from hme0 to hme1 occurred. Administering Network Interfaces Tasks.
IP Security Architecture Overview. Suppose you want to create an IPMP group called testgroup1 with the following configuration:. Data addresses are the conventional IPv4 and IPv6 addresses that are assigned to an interface of a NIC at boot time or manually, through the ifconfig command. The default value for failure detection time is 10 seconds.
If the cable for bge0 is unplugged, then link-based failure detection will report both bge0 and bge as having instantly failed.
Other Learning Articles that you may like to read. Test address now configured on interface hme0; enabling probe-based failure detection on it. Then, the standby interface is treated the same as other active interfaces until the failed interface is repaired.