How are you utilizing the VIP address? A VIP can only be on the same IP subnet as the interface of the server(s) IP addresses. So if you have one server on one subnet this server can have a VIP, but this VIP address can't move to any other servers. Do be able to move a VIP between servers they must be on the same IP subnet, but this subnet can be stretched over several locations.
Thanks for the answer, it was excellent for my case.
As for VIP, I believe I would need it for my guest authentication, as it would only be 1 for all my VMs. My fear is that I will have a problem when configuring my web page.
I have a question now, if you can help me.
I would continue with my 4 CPPM servers on different networks so that each request seeks the internal server and not externally.
However, I would like to leave either my VIP or a secondary one as redundancy. If they are in different subnets, can I still have cluster redundancy?
Not fully sure what you try to do, but Virtual IP has to be in the same subnet as the interface IP.
If you have 4 servers in different IP subnets, you can't use virtual IP between them.
You can still have redundancy by using backup radius servers, or even better external network load balancers that do provide the redundancy and load balancing.
This may be a topic to better discuss in person with your Aruba Partner or local Aruba SE, to make sure that you fully understand what can be done.
© Copyright 2024 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LPAll Rights Reserved.