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Date: Mon Dec 02 2013 - 20:26:30 CST
No, I'm seeing the same thing - the carp master advertises the carp IP as next-hop no matter what.
The carp backup advertises whatever you've told it to advertise via "set nexthop".
On Dec 2, 2013 6:43 PM, Chris Cappuccio <chrisnmedia.net> wrote:
> andy [andybrandwatch.com] wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Could someone help me with this issue we have found where the OpenBGPd
> > rule 'match to bgppeerip set nexthop bgpcarpip' doesn't work if OpenBGPd is
> > started whilst the OpenBSD host is a carp master. It only works if it is a
> > CARP backup :(
> > Or could someone give me a clue where in the source code to look so I can
> > try to comment out the code which is checking the state of carp? This is
> > desperately important for us for reasons discussed in this thread and
> > others.
> > Thanks for your time, Andy.
> > PS; Thanks to Henning and Claudio for their great work with OpenBGPd.
> Can you demonstrate the failure through any bgpd output or some other way?
> For instance, does bgpd fail to advertise routes via bgp if it's the CARP nexthop master?
> Or does it all look like it should work, and just fail?