[j-nsp] j-series and clusterip / multicast mac addresses

seph seph at directionless.org
Tue May 6 17:34:02 EDT 2008

Chuck Anderson <cra at wpi.edu> writes:

> How about using an anycast IP address assigned to the loopback 
> interfaces of the cluster systems and run a routing protocol between 
> the cluster nodes and the router.

I'm not sure clusterip will just work with that. But I'm not tied to
clusterip, if I can't get this working there's plenty of fallback

"Stefan Fouant" <sfouant at gmail.com> writes:

> Not really sure but I would think that even with or without IGMP/PIM
> enabled on the interface, the router probably doesn't know what to do
> with that packet since it doesn't have corresponding IGMP/PIM join
> state to match the incoming packet.

I'm pretty new to PIM. Is there a way to setup a corresponding thing, or
should I just not go down this path?


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