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How to bind Autosupport traffic to a specific interface only?

Hi,

I've got a FAS2220 running 8.1.1 with the following network configuration (here below /etc/rc file):

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hostname xxxx

ifgrp create lacp MultiTrunk -b ip e0a e0b e0c e0d

vlan create MultiTrunk 85

ifconfig MultiTrunk `hostname`-MultiTrunk netmask 255.255.0.0 mtusize 9000 partner MultiTrunk

ifconfig MultiTrunk-85 `hostname`-MultiTrunk-85 netmask 255.255.255.0 mtusize 9000 partner MultiTrunk-85

route add default 172.16.1.250          1

routed on

options dns.domainname xxxx.yyy

otions dns.enable on

otions nis.enable off

savecore

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The autosupport traffic is using the interface MultiTrunk-85 (network 192.168.85 /24 == IP_SAN VLAN) not the default interface MultiTrunk (with default gateway 172.16.1.250).

I do wish to bind the autosupport traffic on the MultiTrunk interface (network 172.16 /16  == Production VLAN).

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,

JNV

Re: How to bind Autosupport traffic to a specific interface only?

What is IP address of default mailhost? Please show “netstat -rn” output.

Re: How to bind Autosupport traffic to a specific interface only?

Hi,

The default mailhost is on a different VLAN (192.168.132.xx).

Regards,

JNV

Re: How to bind Autosupport traffic to a specific interface only?

Please show output of “netstat -rn” and “ifconfig -a”. Network questions cannot be answered based on XX.

Re: How to bind Autosupport traffic to a specific interface only?

Mailhost: 192.168.132.70


Here below netstat -rn:

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Destination      Gateway            Flags     Refs     Use  Interface

default          172.16.1.250       UGS         0        2  MultiTrunk

127              127.0.0.1          UGS         0        0  lo

127.0.0.1        127.0.0.1          UH          1        0  lo

127.0.10.1       127.0.20.1         UHS         2      336  losk

127.0.20.1       127.0.20.1         UH          0        0  losk

172.16           link#10            UC          0        0  MultiTrunk

172.16.10.1      0:1b:78:97:c1:c6   UHL         0        8  MultiTrunk

172.16.10.3      0:1b:78:99:8f:2c   UHL         0        9  MultiTrunk

172.16.10.5      0:1a:4b:ef:ad:9c   UHL         0        8  MultiTrunk

172.16.10.6      1c:c1:de:73:65:9c  UHL         0        8  MultiTrunk

172.16.10.30     0:15:5d:a:1:4      UHL         0       50  MultiTrunk

172.16.10.31     0:15:5d:a:5:5      UHL         0      312  MultiTrunk

172.16.10.110    0:15:5d:a:3:3      UHL         1        0  MultiTrunk

172.16.10.150    2:bf:ac:10:a:96    UHL         0     1471  MultiTrunk

172.16.255.255   ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff  UHL         0      220  MultiTrunk

192.168.85       link#11            UC          0        0  MultiTrunk-85

192.168.85.15    2:a0:98:30:58:78   UHL         2        1  lo

192.168.85.255   ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff  UHL         0      162  MultiTrunk-85

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here the /etc/hosts

127.0.0.1localhost
172.16.10.53gueusegueuse-MultiTrunk
192.168.85.15gueuse-ipsangueuse-MultiTrunk-85
172.16.10.54hapkin
192.168.85.16hapkin-ipsan

Re: How to bind Autosupport traffic to a specific interface only?

According to this packages for 192.168.132.70 should be using MultiTrunk. Where do you see that it is using MultiTrunk-85?

Re: How to bind Autosupport traffic to a specific interface only?

On the firewall, we do see SMTP traffic from MultiTrunk-85...

If I put the MultiTrunk-85 down only then Autosupport is using MultiTrunk.

Strange ;-(

Re: How to bind Autosupport traffic to a specific interface only?

Here is below "ifconfig -a":

ifconfig -a

e0a: flags=0x89f0c867<BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,TCPCKSUM,VLAN> mtu 9000

        ether 02:a0:98:30:58:78 (auto-1000t-fd-up) flowcontrol full

        trunked MultiTrunk

e0b: flags=0x89f0c867<BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,TCPCKSUM,VLAN> mtu 9000

        ether 02:a0:98:30:58:78 (auto-1000t-fd-up) flowcontrol full

        trunked MultiTrunk

e0c: flags=0x89f0c867<BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,TCPCKSUM,VLAN> mtu 9000

        ether 02:a0:98:30:58:78 (auto-1000t-fd-up) flowcontrol full

        trunked MultiTrunk

e0d: flags=0x89f0c867<BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,TCPCKSUM,VLAN> mtu 9000

        ether 02:a0:98:30:58:78 (auto-1000t-fd-up) flowcontrol full

        trunked MultiTrunk

e0M: flags=0x2b0c866<BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,TCPCKSUM,MGMT_PORT> mtu 1500

        ether 00:a0:98:30:58:7d (auto-100tx-fd-up) flowcontrol full

e0P: flags=0x2b4c867<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,TCPCKSUM,ACP_PORT> mtu 1500 PRIVATE

        inet 192.168.2.147 netmask 0xfffffc00 broadcast 192.168.3.255 noddns

        ether 00:a0:98:30:58:7c (auto-100tx-fd-up) flowcontrol full

lo: flags=0x1b48049<UP,LOOPBACK,RUNNING,MULTICAST,TCPCKSUM> mtu 8160

        inet 127.0.0.1 netmask 0xff000000 broadcast 127.0.0.1

        ether 00:00:00:00:00:00 (VIA Provider)

losk: flags=0x40a400c9<UP,LOOPBACK,RUNNING> mtu 9188

        inet 127.0.20.1 netmask 0xff000000 broadcast 127.0.20.1

MultiTrunk: flags=0xa2f4c863<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,TCPCKSUM,VLAN> mtu 9000

        inet 172.16.10.53 netmask 0xffff0000 broadcast 172.16.255.255

        partner MultiTrunk (not in use)

        ether 02:a0:98:30:58:78 (Enabled interface groups)

MultiTrunk-85: flags=0x2b4c863<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,TCPCKSUM> mtu 9000

        inet 192.168.85.15 netmask 0xffffff00 broadcast 192.168.85.255

        partner MultiTrunk-85 (not in use)

        ether 02:a0:98:30:58:78 (Enabled interface groups)