show arp result and default value prameter in ACE.

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Jan 16th, 2008
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I was wondering whether the output of show arp.


the sample arp table like below:

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IP ADDRESS MAC-ADDRESS Interface Type Encap NextArp(s) Status

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192.168.1.1 00.1c.b0.b5.99.80 vlan10 GATEWAY 2 74 sec up

192.168.1.11 00.1c.f9.fc.fe.40 vlan10 LEARNED 4 13270 sec up

192.168.1.100 00.0a.b8.65.cf.f9 vlan10 VSERVER LOCAL _ up

192.168.1.10 00.13.77.03.45.51 vlan20 RSERVER 6 168 sec up

192.168.1.2 00.0a.b8.65.cf.f9 bvi90 INTERFACE LOCAL _ up

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Total arp entries 5


the 192.168.1.100 is vip address configured

the 192.168.1.10 is realserver configured


I deattached the 192.168.1.10,

the result like below

Context Bridge

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IP ADDRESS MAC-ADDRESS Interface Type Encap NextArp(s) Status

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192.168.1.1 00.1c.b0.b5.99.80 vlan10 GATEWAY 2 47 sec up

192.168.1.11 00.1c.f9.fc.fe.40 vlan10 LEARNED 4 13243 sec up

192.168.1.100 00.0a.b8.65.cf.f9 vlan10 VSERVER LOCAL _ up

192.168.1.2 00.0a.b8.65.cf.f9 bvi90 INTERFACE LOCAL _ up

192.168.1.10 00.00.00.00.00.00 bvi90 RSERVER - * 1 req dn

================================================================================

Total arp entries 5

switch/Bridge# show arp


192.168.1.10 was downed, but 192.168.1.100 is up, Is it working correctly?

I throught that if the real server down, then the 192.168.1.100 was dn status.

any throught or suggestions?


there are many default parameter in ace

for example, the random-sequence-number in tcp paramter.the default on.

Is it working? although I didn't configure parameter policy?


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Gilles Dufour Thu, 01/17/2008 - 00:59
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yes this is normal.

the ARP entry for vserver is always UP.

But if you check the status of the vip inside the service policy you should see :


VIP state: OUTOFSERVICE


Regarding the default options, they are applied by default, even without a policy-map configured.


Gilles.

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