regonini at juniper.net
Sun Apr 6 20:43:03 EDT 2003
"accept data" enables the VRRP router to respond to pings to the Virtual
IP address. By default, in accordance with the RFC, the VRRP router is
not supposed to respond to pings unless the actual interface address
matches the VIP (if I remember correctly). However, HSRP routers WILL
respond to pings directed at the VIP. This knob allows you to mimic
that behavior. It will work fine without it. Hope this helps.
From: Michael [mailto:wsf at vodatelsys.com]
Sent: Sunday, April 06, 2003 7:39 PM
To: juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net
Subject: [j-nsp] VRRP
in vrrp configuration.is it also necessary to put "accept data".
does it work without "accept data"?
Michael <wsf at vodatelsys.com>
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