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Old 10-05-2015, 08:09 AM   #1
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Issues with Linux in a VRRP Network


Please forgive me but I am a complete Linux dummy.

We have recently completed work on our network to set up our two cores as VRRP, with one master and one backup.

For some reason our Linux (and Apple Macs) on the network don't like it. They will ping the gateway and able to route out and then after about 20mins they drop. However when this happens they can ping machines within their own vlan but unable to ping the gateway and subsequently other devices on other vlans.

If we clear the arp on the Linux machine or re-start it it will work fine but then start again after approx. 20 mins.

Has anyone got any suggestions as to what is happening and how to get round it?

Old 10-06-2015, 02:32 PM   #2
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What's VRRP status after 20 minutes?


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