RE: [load balancing] ad3 setup woes

From: Giles Scott (gscottIZZATarubanetworks.com)
Date: Fri Jul 23 2004 - 04:30:47 EDT

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    Take out the mnet...

    Cheers

    Giles Scott
    Aruba Wireless Networks

    -----Original Message-----
    From: owner-lb-lIZZATvegan.net [mailto:owner-lb-lIZZATvegan.net] On Behalf Of DJ
    Dissonance
    Sent: Thursday, July 22, 2004 6:21 PM
    To: lb-lIZZATvegan.net
    Subject: RE: [load balancing] ad3 setup woes

    Actually, I got it working but there's one caveat
    that's bothering me. From the internal box, I can't
    ping out even though I can get in on http.

    From the internal box, I have the default route to be
    192.168.100.1, which is on /cfg/ip/if2

    How can I make the internal box to ping to the outside
    world?

    TIA

    -dj

    --- Matthew Syme <msymeIZZATnortelnetworks.com> wrote:
    > DJ - you need to enable the HTTP service on the real
    > server in order for the
    > VIP to respond to a ping - from the tsdmp there are
    > no services up. In
    > addition are you accessing the web interface from
    > the management network of
    > 2.2.2.0? - as you have mnet and mmask set to this.
    >
    > Also check the routes on the gateway and make sure
    > the gateway can see the
    > outside world.
    >
    > Hope this helps
    > Matt
    >
    > -----Original Message-----
    > From: DJ Dissonance [mailto:dj_dissonanceIZZATyahoo.com]
    >
    > Sent: Thursday, 22 July 2004 11:27 AM
    > To: lb-lIZZATvegan.net
    > Subject: [load balancing] ad3 setup woes
    >
    > I hope that someone can help me with an AD3 setup. I
    > have been messing with it for several days without
    > any
    > luck. BTW, I bought this puppy on Ebay.
    >
    > I have succesfully upgraded WebOS to 10.0.30.7. By
    > doing so, I'm not able to access the web interface
    > of
    > the box now. Anyway, the problem seems to be that
    > I'm
    > able to ping the real server but not the vip. From
    > the
    > real server, I can't ping to the outside world but I
    > can ping the gateway. I'm sure there's a oversight
    > somewhere on my part but I can't seem to locate it.
    > Here's my config. Any help would be much
    > appreciated.
    >
    > TIA
    >
    > >> Information# /cfg/dump
    > script start "Alteon AD3" 4 /**** DO NOT EDIT THIS
    > LINE!
    > /* Configuration dump taken 17:52:28 Wed Jul 21,
    > 2004
    > /* Version 10.0.30.7, Base MAC address
    > 00:60:cf:45:9e:40
    > /* slb01.domainhere.com
    > /c/sys
    > snmp r
    > http ena
    > mnet 2.2.2.0
    > mmask 255.255.255.0
    > tnet ena
    > /c/sys/user
    > usrpw "XXX"
    > admpw "XXX"
    > /c/snmp
    > name "slb01.domainhere.com"
    > locn "domainhere.com"
    > cont "adminIZZATdomainhere.com"
    > rcomm "XXX"
    > wcomm "XXX"
    > t1com "XXX"
    > t2com "XXX"
    > /c/port 1
    > name "UPLINK"
    > /c/port 2
    > pvid 2
    > /c/port 3
    > pvid 2
    > /c/port 4
    > pvid 2
    > /c/port 5
    > pvid 2
    > /c/port 6
    > pvid 2
    > /c/port 7
    > pvid 2
    > /c/port 8
    > pvid 2
    > /c/port 9
    > pvid 2
    > /c/vlan 1
    > def 1
    > /c/vlan 2
    > ena
    > name "int"
    > jumbo ena
    > def 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
    > /c/stp 1/off
    > /c/stp 1/clear
    > /c/stp 1/add 1 2
    > /c/ip/if 1
    > ena
    > addr 2.2.2.2
    > mask 255.255.255.0
    > broad 2.2.2.255
    > /c/ip/if 2
    > ena
    > addr 192.168.100.1
    > vlan 2
    > /c/ip/gw 1
    > ena
    > addr 2.2.2.1
    > /c/ip/rip1
    > on
    > /c/ip/dns
    > /c/vrrp/track
    > vrs 2
    > ifs 2
    > ports 2
    > l4pts 2
    > reals 2
    > hsrp 10
    > hsrv 0
    > /c/slb
    > on
    > /c/slb/real 1
    > ena
    > rip 192.168.100.100
    > /c/slb/group 1
    > add 1
    > name "http-grp"
    > /c/slb/group 80
    > name "http-grp"
    > /c/slb/port 1
    > client ena
    > /c/slb/port 2
    > server ena
    > /c/slb/port 3
    > server ena
    > /c/slb/virt 1
    > ena
    > vip 2.2.2.10
    > dname "domainhere.com"
    > /c/slb/virt 1/service http
    > group 1
    > /c/slb/real 100/layer7
    > addlb 1
    > /c/slb/gslb
    > off
    > encrypt dis
    > /
    > script end /**** DO NOT EDIT THIS LINE!
    >
    > >> Configuration#
    >
    >
    > Here's the dump
    >
    > >> Information# dump
    > Confirm dumping all information [y/n]: y
    > System Information at 18:12:16 Wed Jul 21, 2004
    >
    > Alteon AD3
    > sysName: slb01.domainhere.com
    > sysLocation: domainhere.com
    >
    > Switch is up 0 days, 0 hours, 10 minutes and 8
    > seconds.
    > Last boot: 18:02:10 Wed Jul 21, 2004 (hard reset
    > from
    > Telnet)
    >
    > MAC address: 00:60:cf:45:9e:40 IP (If 1) address:
    > 2.2.2.13
    > Hardware Revision: B
    > Hardware Part No: B02_5A-D_7B-A
    > Software Version 10.0.30.7-SSH (FLASH image2),
    > active
    > configuration.
    >
    > Temperature: Rear Left Sensor = 29C Rear
    > Middle Sensor = 30C
    > Front Middle Sensor = 29C Front
    > Right Sensor = 33C
    >
    >
    > Last 30 syslog message information:
    > Jul 21 18:02:14 NOTICE port manager: link up on
    > port
    > 1
    > Jul 21 18:02:14 NOTICE port manager: link up on
    > port
    > 3
    > Jul 21 18:02:14 NOTICE system: rebooted (hard reset
    > from Telnet)
    > Jul 21 18:02:17 NOTICE ip: default gateway 2.2.2.1
    > operational
    > Jul 21 18:02:17 NOTICE ip: default gateway 2.2.2.1
    > enabled
    > Jul 21 18:04:52 NOTICE telnet/ssh-1: Failed login
    > attempt via TELNET from host
    > 2.2.20.13
    > Jul 21 18:04:58 NOTICE telnet/ssh-1: admin login
    > from
    > host 2.2.20.13
    > Jul 21 18:05:34 INFO telnet/ssh-1: new
    >
    === message truncated ===

                    
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