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Cluster VIP MAC address

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Is there a way from the command line to find the cluster VIP MAC address?

I ran "arp -a" and I don't see it in there.

Thanks in advance.

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Does SK31499 help you out?

"How to find out the Multicast MAC Addresses that are associated with Cluster Virtual interfaces"

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The short answer with the command is for ClusterXL:

  cphaprob -a if

For VRRP:

  show vrrp interfaces

Regards, Maarten

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Does SK31499 help you out?

"How to find out the Multicast MAC Addresses that are associated with Cluster Virtual interfaces"

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"cphaprob -a if" shows this

 

[Expert@xxxxxxxx:0]# cphaprob -a if

CCP mode: Automatic
Required interfaces: 10
Required secured interfaces: 1

eth5 UP sync(secured), unicast
eth1 UP non sync(non secured), unicast
eth6 UP non sync(non secured), unicast
eth2 UP non sync(non secured), unicast
eth7 UP non sync(non secured), unicast
eth4 UP non sync(non secured), unicast
Mgmt UP non sync(non secured), unicast (Mgmt.xx)
eth3 UP non sync(non secured), unicast (eth3.xx)
eth3 UP non sync(non secured), unicast (eth3.xx)
Mgmt UP non sync(non secured), unicast (Mgmt.xx)

Virtual cluster interfaces: 11

eth1 xx.xx.xx.254 VMAC address: 00:1C:7F:00:5A:4B
eth6 xx.xx.xx.254 VMAC address: 00:1C:7F:00:5A:4B
eth2 xx.xx.xx.234 VMAC address: 00:1C:7F:00:5A:4B
eth7 xx.xx.xx.254 VMAC address: 00:1C:7F:00:5A:4B
eth4 xx.xx.xx.254 VMAC address: 00:1C:7F:00:5A:4B
eth3.xx xx.xx.xx.254 VMAC address: 00:1C:7F:00:5A:4B
Mgmt.xx xx.xx.xx.254 VMAC address: 00:1C:7F:00:5A:4B
eth3.xx xx.xx.xx.254 VMAC address: 00:1C:7F:00:5A:4B
eth3.xx xx.xx.xx.254 VMAC address: 00:1C:7F:00:5A:4B
Mgmt.xx xx.xx.xx.254 VMAC address: 00:1C:7F:00:5A:4B
Mgmt.xx xx.xx.xx.254 VMAC address: 00:1C:7F:00:5A:4B

 

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The short answer with the command is for ClusterXL:

  cphaprob -a if

For VRRP:

  show vrrp interfaces

Regards, Maarten

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cphaprob -a if doesn't show the virtual MAC for me, it only lists the interfaces with IP addresses

R80.10

Thanks

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Have you enabled Virtual MAC in the cluster object?

Regards, Maarten
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We are using Multicast so I assume it is enabled?

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Nope, the setting for multicast, broadcast or Uni-cast has nothing to do with the usage of a Virtual mac, that is a setting in the Smartconsole on the Cluster object.

Regards, Maarten
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