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Adding one more Virtual IP in Package

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Khalid Shakoor
Regular Advisor

Adding one more Virtual IP in Package

Dear Gurus,

I am using MCSG A11.18 with one package. And the problem is, I want to add one more Virtual IP in package Control file ,Is there any way to add one more Virtual IP in package or any alternative way to assign the Second IP.

Important: I have only two LAN card install in my Server. One for primary LAN and 2nd for heartbeat.

Thanks in Advance
Khalid
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Re: Adding one more Virtual IP in Package

well first question is, on what subnet is the first virtual IP?
and on what subnet do you wish to add the second?
or is it on the same subnet?
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: Adding one more Virtual IP in Package

Shalom,

Floating IP addresses are defined by a few statements in the package configuration script in Serviceguard.

You need to get an IP address from your network admin and simply configure it in the package configuration script. There are syntax templates as part of the Serviceguard install.

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Ivan Krastev
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Re: Adding one more Virtual IP in Package

See what can be done to packages and what can be done online - http://docs.hp.com/en/B3936-90122/ch07s06.html#ceghcbag


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ivan
Khalid Shakoor
Regular Advisor

Re: Adding one more Virtual IP in Package

Thanks for Quick Reply

The Package IP is 10.200.12.57 and customer want to add one more IP in Range of 192.168.240.102.

Khalid

Re: Adding one more Virtual IP in Package

ok, so is there a subnet in the 192.x.x.x range?
if so, you need to know this subnet, and add it into the package control script:
SUBNET[1]=192.x.x.x
IP[1]=192.168.240.102

If you also want SG to monitor this subnet, ity has to be added tro the package configuration file and applied to the package using cmapplyconf -P package.conf file

All in the managing Serviceguard manuals
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Kenan Erdey
Honored Contributor

Re: Adding one more Virtual IP in Package

hi,

try to assign ip on the fly: cmmodnet -a -i .

kenan.
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Khalid Shakoor
Regular Advisor

Re: Adding one more Virtual IP in Package

Done,
Thanks for your prompt response.

Khalid