Loadbalance going up and down.



  • I keep having 1 provider go up a down with loadbalancing.  For only 30 seconds at a time.
    The provider registers the mac address and assigns a static address.  The router is set to dhcp and grabs the assigned IP.  Any suggestions on what I should check or change would be great?
    Running 1.2-BETA-1-TESTING-SNAPSHOT-05-09-2007

    May 25 12:45:58 slbd[73052]: ICMP poll succeeded for 154.5.78.254, marking service UP
    May 25 12:45:59 slbd[73052]: Service WanFailoverShaw changed status, reloading filter policy
    May 25 12:53:48 slbd[73052]: ICMP poll failed for 154.5.78.254, marking service DOWN
    May 25 12:53:48 slbd[73052]: Service WanBalanceShaw changed status, reloading filter policy
    May 25 12:53:48 slbd[73052]: ICMP poll failed for 154.5.78.254, marking service DOWN
    May 25 12:53:48 slbd[73052]: Service WanFailoverShaw changed status, reloading filter policy
    May 25 12:54:52 slbd[73052]: ICMP poll succeeded for 154.5.78.254, marking service UP
    May 25 12:54:52 slbd[73052]: Service WanBalanceShaw changed status, reloading filter policy
    May 25 12:54:52 slbd[73052]: ICMP poll succeeded for 154.5.78.254, marking service UP
    May 25 12:54:52 slbd[73052]: Service WanFailoverShaw changed status, reloading filter policy
    May 25 13:51:25 slbd[73052]: ICMP poll failed for 154.5.78.254, marking service DOWN
    May 25 13:51:25 slbd[73052]: Service WanFailoverShaw changed status, reloading filter policy
    May 25 13:51:26 slbd[73052]: ICMP poll failed for 154.5.78.254, marking service DOWN
    May 25 13:51:26 slbd[73052]: Service WanBalanceShaw changed status, reloading filter policy
    May 25 13:52:31 slbd[73052]: ICMP poll succeeded for 154.5.78.254, marking service UP
    May 25 13:52:31 slbd[73052]: Service WanFailoverShaw changed status, reloading filter policy
    May 25 13:52:31 slbd[73052]: ICMP poll succeeded for 154.5.78.254, marking service UP

    Thanks



  • I'm assuming 154.5.78.254 is the provider end of your circuit. You might want to try using something else as a monitor IP- the provider's DNS server, a public webserver, etc.


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