FAILOVER IP with PALOALTO

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FAILOVER IP with PALOALTO

Bonjour,

 

Je suis nouveau sur ce forum veuillez m'excuser si je suis dans la mauvaise catégorie du Forum.

 

Nous possédons 2 routeur PALOALTO series 800 en HA ACTIF/PASSIF.

Vu que nos switch's ne sont pas compatible avec le NLB (Network Load Balancing de chez MS) nous souhaitons voir côté Routeur.

Est-il possible de faire du FAIL-OVER IP sur les Routeurs avec l'exemple de caractéristique suivante:

 

Exemple addr IP: 192.168.X.10 (IP FAIL-OVER)

 

Machine sous Hyper-V:

 

VM01: 192.168.X.5 (seconde addr IP sur la carte virtuelle: 192.168.X.10)

VM02: 192.168.X.6 (seconde addr IP sur la carte virtuelle: 192.168.X.10)

 

Des choses à faire sur la TABLE ARP du routeur? Créer une adresse MAC similaire pour les 2 VM?

 

Merci cordialement,

 

Version Anglais:

Hello,

Sorry if my english is bad.
I am new to this forum please excuse me if I am in the wrong forum category.

We have 2 PALOALTO series 800 routers in HA ACTIVE / PASSIVE.
Since our switches are not compatible with NLB (Network Load Balancing from MS) we want to see the Router side.
Is it possible to FAIL-OVER IP on routers with the following example characteristic:

Example IP addr: 192.168.X.10 (IP FAIL-OVER)

Machine under Hyper-V:

VM01: 192.168.X.5 (second IP addr on the virtual card: 192.168.X.10)
VM02: 192.168.X.6 (second IP addr on the virtual card: 192.168.X.10)

Things to do on the ARP TABLE of the router? Create a similar MAC address for the 2 VMs?


Thank you Best regards,

 

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@ilyasour 

This isn't natively supported and not something I would recommend configuring through workarounds. There's plenty of free open-source load-balancers that are actually designed to do this that you could install on your hyper-v server on a small lightweight linux server installation. 

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@BPry 

Thank you for your answer.

 

Do you have the names of software / Application (Free open source load balancers)?

I do a search and I saw they free open source software available like "Corosync/pacemaker" what do you think?

 

 

Thank you Best regards,

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