[Fwd: Re: 3 connections as one]
dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Thu Jun 26 17:42:49 UTC 2008
:I've done that running mpd to split the load over the tunnels from the
:if either tunnel goes down mpd hickups nd hten everything keeps going..
:mpd does this for me..
That looks almost perfect for the colo idea. I see how the links are
set up and I see the bundle directive, but how do I configure a common
subnet? Do I specify the same subnet for all the links and make them
part of the same bundle (on both ends)?
Is there a way to backhaul the bundle onto a single TUN interface?
Or is that what ng_eiface is for? I need a tie-in for PF's QOS.
There's no choice about that, my network is 100% saturated 24x7 and
if I don't use PF's QOS with fair-share scheduling it becomes unusable.
Looks like I might have to update netgraph on DFly to use mpd, but it
doesn't look too difficult. But, gods, all those M_NOWAIT kernel
mallocs... how can that possibly be reliable?
<dillon at backplane.com>
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