Path-Monitoring Virtual Wire

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Path-Monitoring Virtual Wire

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Hi everybody,

PA-2050
Software: 3.0.5

we have configured a Cluster and want to use path monitoring
over a Virtual Wire.

The source IP must be an IP in the same subnet as the destination IP?

We have implemented a Virtual Wire in a VLAN tagged environment.
Is it possible to add an tag if we want to use path monitoring in this environment,
or is it only possible in untagged environments.

Kind regards
Christian

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L4 Transporter

You asked:

The source IP must be an IP in the same subnet as the destination IP?

Yes, they need to be in the same subnet. Also remember that the source ip you use must be unique (no duplicate ips).

You asked:

Is it possible to add an tag if we want to use path monitoring in this environment,
or is it only possible in untagged environments.

Currnetly it is not possible to add a tag for the path monitoring.

The traffic we are generating for the path monitoring is untagged....So this is only possible in an untagged environment.

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L4 Transporter

You asked:

The source IP must be an IP in the same subnet as the destination IP?

Yes, they need to be in the same subnet. Also remember that the source ip you use must be unique (no duplicate ips).

You asked:

Is it possible to add an tag if we want to use path monitoring in this environment,
or is it only possible in untagged environments.

Currnetly it is not possible to add a tag for the path monitoring.

The traffic we are generating for the path monitoring is untagged....So this is only possible in an untagged environment.

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