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How to Setup Static Routing With Bonded VLAN Tag On Engineered Systems (Doc ID 2502656.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 28, 2019

Applies to:

Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance X7 Hardware - Version All Versions to All Versions [Release All Releases]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Asymmetric routing is a situation where for one reason or another packets flowing in i.e. TCP connections flow through different routes to different directions.

As a rough example: Host A and B located in different continents are communicating through a TCP connection.

Symptoms : When try to connect to the management network on the remote site, the packets would flow out of bondeth0.xxx (the default gateway) across to eth0 (the interface associated with the hostname
source host).  When source host goes to send the packet back to remote host, it was using bondeth0.xxx (the default gateway for source host ).  

The packet would be received by remote host on bondeth0.xxx - but remote host would reject the packet because it was expecting a source of eth0 and it received the packet from
bondeth0.xxx


 

Solution

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