Solaris 11.2 VRRP and vlan tags

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How to Create a VRRP group in Solaris 11.2

The vLan tag used in the example below is 20

On Host 1

dladm create-aggr -m dlmp -l net10 -l net11 aggr1
dladm create-vlan -v 20 -l aggr1 global1
dladm create-vnic -m vrrp -V 12 -A inet -v 20 -l aggr1 ldaplb1
vrrpadm create-router -V 12 -A inet -I global1 vrrp1
# If in a zone or IB, layer 3 option is required to work
vrrpadm create-router -V 12 -A inet -T l3 -I global1 vrrp1
ipadm create-ip ldaplb1
ipadm create-addr -T vrrp -a 10.10.10.50/23 ldaplb1/router1
ipadm create-ip global1
ipadm create-addr -T static -a 10.10.10.11/23 global1/router1

On Host 2

dladm create-aggr -m dlmp -l net10 -l net11 aggr1
dladm create-vlan -v 20 -l aggr1 global2
#
dladm create-vnic -m vrrp -V 12 -A inet -v 20 -l aggr1 ldaplb1
# If in a zone or IB, layer 3 option is required to work
vrrpadm create-router -V 12 -A inet -T l3 -I global2 -p 100 vrrp1
ipadm create-ip ldaplb1
ipadm create-addr -T vrrp -a 10.10.10.50/23 ldaplb1/router1
ipadm create-ip global2
ipadm create-addr -T static -a 10.10.10.12/23 global2/router1

Note: If using VRRP in combination with Solaris iLB, you should note that SSL Secure termination is not supported as of this writing. an option would be to use Oracle Traffic Director (OTD).

You might also like. Solaris 11.2 and ilb a full example how to configure a Solaris Load Balancer

How to crate a VRRP group in Solaris 11.1 click here

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