Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2021 08:27:37 UTC
04.10.21 10:33, Volodymyr Kostyrko пишет: > Hello. > > First of all, I came here not to agitate for any change, I want to > understand how my configuration is inefficient and how I can do that > better. > > I have two outgoing interfaces, if0 and if0. Those are different > internet providers, I even get ipv6 through second one, and that's > nice. I want to automatically fallback to the interface that is > working in case of outage. Also, I want some traffic only on one of > those interfaces. So I got 3 fibs: > > fib 0: default route > fib 1: default route is if0 > fib 2: default route is if1 > > Fibs 1-2 are used for traffic that should only pass through exactly > that interface. Traffic pinning is done with PF: > > pass out on $outside2 inet from ($outside2) queue(in_std2, in_priv2) > modulate state rtable 2 > > For example, I can test connectivity to both sides via: > > setfib 1 ping -qc 5 18.104.22.168 > setfib 2 ping -qc 5 22.214.171.124 > > And in case one of them doesn't work I can switch to other one by > changing routing on fib 0. > > Everything seems to work fine with net.add_addr_allfibs enabled. But > once it was disabled I started wondering whether I'm using the right > tools to solve my problem, or this can be done easier. Disabling > net.add_addr_allfibs means that only assigned interface will provide > default route for correspondent fib, and you can't manually add them > to the other fib. Or maybe I got that part totally wrong? > > Thanks in advance, any bit of knowledge would be appreciated. > Hi Yes, in your current scheme you need net.add_addr_allfibs enabled. As for me fibs are useful when you need to run jails or other local processes with different routing tables. To do PBR you can use pf's route-to/reply-to instead.