[nsd-users] Question about response source address and dynamic interfaces
gavin.brown at centralnic.com
Fri Oct 12 18:32:52 CEST 2012
> You can put the service IP on a loopback interface, so even if the
> host is "sleeping", nsd can bind that IP trough the loopback in a
> local scope.
That works! I tweaked the rc.d script to set up the service address on
the loopback interface immediately before NSD starts (in the
start_precmd routine), and then remove it as soon as it has started (by
adding a start_postcmd) routine. Now the service address can flip-flop
between the two hosts without disrupting the service.
Thanks for the tip!
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