This recipe describes a simple three interface HA configuration. This is functionally equivalent to a two interface LAN and WAN deployment, with the Sync interface being used to synchronize configuration and firewall states between the primary and secondary firewalls.
This example only covers an IPv4 configuration. High Availability is compatible with IPv6, but it requires static addressing on the firewall interfaces.
Review High Availability before following this recipe. Troubleshooting High Availability. The first task is to plan IP address assignments. This design is optional, any scheme may be used, but we strongly recommend a consistent and logical scheme to make design and administration simpler. The LAN subnet is These IP addresses are used only for communication between the firewalls. For this example, The primary and secondary each have identical connections to the WAN and LAN, and a crossover cable between them to connect the Sync interfaces.
Switching redundancy is covered later in this chapter in Layer 2 Redundancy. Each node requires some basic configuration outside of the actual HA setup. Install the OS on the firewalls as usual and assign the interfaces identically on both nodes. Interfaces must be assigned in the same order on all nodes exactly. If the interfaces are not aligned, configuration synchronization and other tasks will not behave correctly. If any adjustments have been made to the interface assignments, they must be replicated identically on both nodes.
Then, connect to the GUI and use the Setup Wizard to configure each firewall with a unique hostname and non-conflicting static IP addresses.
Hello i have 2 pfsense machines soekriss Just simpel Wan and Lan. This gives me a lot of timeouts and slow network, if i shutdown the slave, things are running normal. We'll need some more details. Is the SYNC on a dedicated interface? Did you allow all traffic via the SYNC interface on both boxes? The sync ports are connected through a crosscable. Generally this happens when your switch doesn't properly support multicast traffic, or is configured to block it, or something of that nature.
Check your switch firmware, configuration, etc. Johan, I'm seeing exactly the same problem on the lan-carp. I'm still trying to figure out what's going on.
Running 1. Well then try another switch. This really does work fine and is one of our most heavily used features…. As soon as the I disable captive portal, then the lan-carp will show up as "backup" right away. Is pfsync checking on the portal state on the LAN interface? Or we should be…. If captive portal is disabled, then the lan-carp state is "back up".
If I enable the captive portal, then the lan-carp state is "master" while wan-carp is still "backup". I'm using all public ip stuff - I sent it to your private email. If you can take a look and help me out that will be great. I did not want to include the public IPs here. If i use the packet capture gui in pfsense for wich packages must i look for.
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I do not have fysical access to the router, so i can not go to console. I did not replace the switch we do not have them in stock!! I just commited some fixes for this.I was tasked with ensuring that both of our PFSense FW's' were plugged into 2 separate power circuits. When investigating into the configuration I did not set these upI see that both are listed as the Master.
Supporting documents show that one should show master and one should show backup. How do I safely resolve this issue? Is this an issue I suspect it is but am fairly new to these devices? For example on one of my networks I have a Thank you for the information. It ended up being I was looking at the same Router on both IP's due to an improper mapping : silly me. Hunt Consulting Services is an IT service provider.
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This topic has been locked by an administrator and is no longer open for commenting. Read these nextHome Help Search Login Register. I'm replacing a working pfSense HA setup, so I'm reasonably sure the network is set up properly. I have two OPNsense There are no other systems running CARP on my network. Every three seconds the system log reports: Code: [Select]. Code: [Select]. I have fixed this issue.
I set Net. I don't understand why I didn't see this problem with pfSense running on the same ESXi host, vSwitch, and port group, but hopefully this will help others in the future. Hi Doug, Ah, thanks for the quick resolve.
Cheers, Franco PS: Welcome! Member Posts: Karma: Quote from: doug. Quote from: phoenix on February 07,pm.
That sounds encouraging, I'll have to give it a try in the coming weeks. Another thing I found out, I like to present 1 vNic to the server, while using 2 physical uplinks on the esxi side. However the NIC teaming introduces another issue.
Server Fault is a question and answer site for system and network administrators. It only takes a minute to sign up. I have set them up with CARP and pfsync on both the internal and external interfaces. What am I missing? Where should I be looking for clues?
Are the machines able to ping each other over the external interface? Do you by any chance have another vhid 1 on your external network? As it seems you are using FreeBSD i. One CARP interface working, while the other doesn't seems to indicate that the correct system configurations have been made.
It doesn't hurt to confirm, sometimes we make the changes with a command-line setting and forget to set in the system configurations.
Revisit your firewall configuration to make sure that proto carp is passed in and out on both carp physical interfaces. You can confirm through adding block log all at the beginning of your firewall ruleset, and then using tcpdump on the pflog0 interface to confirm whether the carp packets are being allowed through or not. An additional check, that pfsync packets are allowed through the firewalls, to ensure that firewall states are being shared between the two hosts.
Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Asked 10 years, 5 months ago. Active 10 years, 3 months ago. Viewed 12k times. The networks are as follows: Active Oldest Votes. The two machines are plugged into our external switch along with two other non-CARPed boxes. They can ping each other on the external interface, no problem with that at all. The router Are the two protocols that similar?
That would be correct.
Here's some better explanation and possibly a solution? That's right, if the two machines can't talk to each other for some reason then they both assume the master role. You may already have checked these, but some general diagnostics procedures on OpenBSD. Configuration Files Do you have net. Sets failover of all CARP interfaces on the failure of one interface. Disabled by default. Default is disabled. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook.
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