Brian A. Seklecki (bsek...@collaborativefusion.com)
Dec 5, 2008 4:33:58 am
On Tue, 2008-08-12 at 22:03 +1000, Peter Jeremy wrote:
I tend to agree.
bonding in Linux is capable of doing this and solaris too.
Well ... name a price for the development; HA L1/L2 is a feature the
community would gladly sponsor the development of.
Also, Peter, you should put a page up on the FreeBSD wiki with some of
those multi-catalyst LACP IOS config examples.
Maybe write an article for BSDMag.
I always just counted that idea out (LACP against two switches) since
LACP doesn't have any inter-component transport protocol a la pfsync(4).
But if the backplanes of Cat 37xx`s can be merged at a lower level, then
then yea, fuck. Lets have it.
P.S., in my experience, system level redundancy/HA with a load balancer
is almost always less expensive then excessive component-level
redundancy/ha (RAID Disk, RAID RAM, Dual Power Supplies, Dual
It shouldn't be too difficult to create something that behaves
functionally similarly to Slowaris ipmpd (and with marginally more
effort, you could create something that could be configured to behave
Brian A. Seklecki <bsek...@collaborativefusion.com>
Collaborative Fusion, Inc.