[DragonFlyBSD - Submit #2960] (Closed) net.inet.carp.setroute sysctl

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Fri Oct 28 08:20:41 PDT 2016

Issue #2960 has been updated by fgudin.

Status changed from New to Closed
% Done changed from 0 to 100

committed: https://gitweb.dragonflybsd.org/dragonfly.git/commit/a79ef4f66e5400fec0a10c72a0695bc554613fe2 
Thank you sephe!

Submit #2960: net.inet.carp.setroute sysctl

* Author: fgudin
* Status: Closed
* Priority: Normal
* Assignee: 
* Category: Networking
* Target version: 

CARP adds and deletes routes as interfaces state change. I wanted to prevent it from messing with routes on my hosts, and thus introduced a new sysctl under net.inet.carp (default behaviour kept obviously). Diff was done against v4.6.1.

My use case was a dual squid proxy setting, where their processes couldn't even resolve names, as the local resolvers were themselves subject to ARP load-balancing. AFAIU, the default route being set to CARP's IP address implied that their outgoing connections had their source address set to the virtual IP. This may be ok for routing, etc. but as soon as the CARP-enabled host has to initiate sessions, it breaks. Of course, I could be plain wrong and willingly accepting advice if there's a better solution.

Thanks in advance,
Francis GUDIN

carp.diff (3.36 KB)

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