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Probe Based IPMP too many IP's>

Probe Based IPMP too many IP's>

Probe Based IPMP too many IP's>

Switching from Link Based to Probe Base IPMP uses three IP's instead of one which is quite an overhead. Is a mixture of 1 x IP and 2 x Private IP's the answer?

My proposed setup would be :

host-bge0 netmask + broadcast + deprecated -failover group IPMP-1 up \
addif host1  netmask + broadcast + up

host-bge1 netmask + broadcast + deprecated -failover group IPMP-1 up
# Internet host table
::1             localhost       localhost    host1      loghost   host-bge0  # Private   host-bge1  # Private

Would this failover, advice welcome


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