VPN load baclancing error message

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Feb 29th, 2004
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Hi all,


Have configured 2 VPN3030 (v4.1.1) to do load balancing. On the real time log, I received the follow error messages, any idea what causes these:


From the Monitoring, Statistics, Load Balancing, I can see the other peer appearing and disappearing.

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47847 02/24/2004 11:09:49.190 SEV=4 LBSSF/46 RPT=4304

LBSSF process timeout for req-type[3], exid[5173], peer[ip-address]


47848 02/24/2004 11:09:49.190 SEV=4 LBSSF/48 RPT=4304

LBSSF Slave processed 1 timeouts


47851 02/24/2004 11:09:50.190 SEV=8 LBSSF/22 RPT=4305

LBSSF sent KEEPALIVE request to [ip-address]


47856 02/24/2004 11:09:53.190 SEV=4 LBSSF/46 RPT=4305

LBSSF process timeout for req-type[3], exid[5174], peer[ip-address]


47857 02/24/2004 11:09:53.190 SEV=4 LBSSF/48 RPT=4305

LBSSF Slave processed 1 timeouts


47858 02/24/2004 11:09:54.000 SEV=4 LBSSF/49 RPT=861

LBSSF process dead peer[ip-address]


47859 02/24/2004 11:09:54.000 SEV=3 LBSSF/86 RPT=861

LBSSF deleted Master peer


47860 02/24/2004 11:09:54.000 SEV=7 LBSSF/55 RPT=862

LBSSF deleted peer[ip-address]


47909 02/24/2004 11:10:28.990 SEV=3 LBSSF/82 RPT=861

LBSSF received GRAT-ARP from duplicate master[mac-address]


47910 02/24/2004 11:10:28.990 SEV=3 LBSSF/84 RPT=861

LBSSF detected duplicate master[mac-address] and going to SLAVE


47941 02/24/2004 11:10:45.190 SEV=7 LBSSF/56 RPT=863

LBSSF created peer[ip-address]


47942 02/24/2004 11:10:45.190 SEV=7 LBSSF/14 RPT=862

LBSSF sent HELLO request to [ip-address]


47949 02/24/2004 11:10:46.020 SEV=7 LBSSF/18 RPT=862

LBSSF received HELLO response from [ip-address]


47951 02/24/2004 11:10:46.020 SEV=7 LBSSF/45 RPT=862

LBSSF received TOPOLOGY indicator from [ip-address]


47952 02/24/2004 11:10:46.190 SEV=8 LBSSF/22 RPT=4306

LBSSF sent KEEPALIVE request to [ip-address]


Regards,

CM

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drolemc Thu, 03/04/2004 - 12:28
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Some of the messages are seen in normal operation and more information is required for zeroing in on the problem. For example, the message "LBSSF received GRAT-ARP from duplicate master[XXXXXXX]" is seen when a system becomes active and the virtual IP address is moved to a different MAC address. A good point to start would be to see if there is any problem observed at all. The messages would mean much more then.

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