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  • #43798

    ccipa
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    Hello,

    I setup a Zeroshell with 2 network cards on an ESXi dedicated server (62.210.136.19).

    I removed all ip on interface, then i added my 2 failover ip :
    ip 212.83.142.7 mask 255.255.255.255 on first card
    ip 212.83.145.194 mask 255.255.255.255 on second card

    Then i setup the route :
    sudo route del -net 192.168.250.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 gw 0.0.0.0

    sudo route add 62.210.136.1 dev ETH00
    sudo route add default gw 62.210.136.1 dev ETH00

    sudo route add 62.210.136.1 dev ETH01 metric 1
    sudo route add default gw 62.210.136.1 dev ETH01 metric 1

    It works, i can ping my both interface 212.83.142.7 and 212.83.145.194 but after several minutes (2 or 9 or 25, it’s random), one of the 2 interface is unreachable.

    On the web interface, both cards are online (one receive/send packet, the other only receive packet).

    I used the same configuration on a debian and it works forever.

    I didn’t find anything into the logs, do you have an idea ?

    Best regards

    #53017

    JamesR
    Member

    I’m not following your problem all that well but perhaps you have an IP conflict? This is plausible because it seems like you may be trying to bring up another set of NICs.

    Assuming your client is on the same subnet, you might use the ARP command to look a the arp table mapping when the connection is good vs. when it is not. If the ARP mapping changed, you might be able to determine what devices are conflicting and further troubleshoot.

    James

    #53018

    ccipa
    Member

    Hello JamesR,

    Thank you for your answer, i just tried what you said :

    When both ip works, the ARP command answer :
    62-210-136-1.rev.poneyt either bc:16:65:xx:xx:xx C ETH01
    62-210-136-1.rev.poneyt either bc:16:65:xx:xx:xx C ETH00

    Then after some min only 1 ip works, the ARP command answer :
    62-210-136-1.rev.poneyt either bc:16:65:xx:xx:xx C ETH01

    #53019

    ccipa
    Member

    I tried the new version 3.0.0 and i have the same problem… 👿

    #53020

    ccipa
    Member

    My last config is :
    sudo route del -net 192.168.250.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 gw 0.0.0.0

    sudo route del default gw 62.210.136.1

    sudo route del 62.210.136.1 dev ETH00
    sudo route add 62.210.136.1 dev ETH00 metric 2
    sudo route add default gw 62.210.136.1 dev ETH00 metric 2

    sudo route del 62.210.136.1 dev ETH01
    sudo route add 62.210.136.1 dev ETH01 metric 1
    sudo route add default gw 62.210.136.1 dev ETH01 metric 1

    When i can’t acces internet on both, i just have to change “metric 2” to “metric 0” and launch this script

    It works 5 min and i can’t access it.

    I have to change the “metric 0” to “metric 2” and it works again for several minutes…

    I don’t reach to have a permanent access on both ip

    #53021

    Hi,

    I’m trying out version 3.0.0 and it apears i have the same problem as the people above.

    I’m using a Soekris 6501.

    I connected a pc to eth0 set the pc’s ip to 192.168.0.74/24

    I changed nothing in Zeroshell.

    I start a ping to 192.168.0.75 and then i boot Zeroshell.

    after a while it responds to 5 pings and then nothing…

    I hope anyone knows whats going on? Thanks!

    Update:
    Previously I was using 2.0 rc 2, now i updated to 2.0 rc 3 without problems. So this must be a 3.0.0 thing…

    #53022

    Does anyone have any idea how to fix this?
    I’d like to upgrade but so far i can’t get the network working…

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