Hi... I'm currently doing a design for a customer to deploy GSS on their network. This will be my very first GSS project, and I have a couple of basic config questions that aren't answered in the GSS docos:
The GSS Getting Started Guide mentioned that Eth0 is by default used for "inter-device communication". My question is, can the inter-device and keepalive communications share the same interface?
If inter-device and keepalive communications use different interfaces, should they connect to the same VLAN/subnet, or different ones?
Which interface is used to listen on/respond to clients?
Now, if I want to use a dedicated interface for inter-device communications, that would mean the GSS will have 2 default gateways, wouldn't it? 1 for the inter-device comm port, and the other for the "normal data" port. Or the inter-device comm port only listens, but not transmits?
If all goes well, we may have to implement up to 8 GSS devices in total. So, I'm guessing that with this in mind, we should be using dedicated inter-device comm port. Is this correct?
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