Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-10 Thread Leonardo Santagostini
Vidican; freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question This might be worth looking into as well! It's an open source load balancer that was originally developed by yahoo and released into the open source community. It is now a part of the Apache project

Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Leonardo Santagostini
Hello all, I have one freebsd 8.1 box with 3 3G mobile broadband connection. All connections works fine, but i want to do loadbalancing / fault tolerant with this 3 connections. I was reading about lagg interfaces, but i think is not the proper direction. Someone can point me to the rigth one?

Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Diego Arias
On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 1:55 PM, Leonardo Santagostini lsantagost...@gmail.com wrote: Hello all, I have one freebsd 8.1 box with 3 3G mobile broadband connection. All connections works fine, but i want to do loadbalancing / fault tolerant with this 3 connections. I was reading about lagg

Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Nathan Vidican
Might I suggest you look into MultiLink PPP, or MLPPP - standard FreeBSD ppp does support it. It allows for round-robin, or packet-splitting accross multiple PPP connections to pool bandwidth. I am currently using MLPPP on FreeBSD 8 with multiple DSL connections to the internet and thus far it

Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Leonardo Santagostini
WOW Excellent !! I'll give it a try at night, later i will reply my result. Thank you Leonardo Santagostini 2010/11/9 Nathan Vidican nat...@vidican.com Might I suggest you look into MultiLink PPP, or MLPPP - standard FreeBSD ppp does support it. It allows for round-robin, or

Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Leonardo Santagostini
I will also probe PF !!! Kind regards Leonardo Santagostini 2010/11/9 Diego Arias dak@gmail.com On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 1:55 PM, Leonardo Santagostini lsantagost...@gmail.com wrote: Hello all, I have one freebsd 8.1 box with 3 3G mobile broadband connection. All connections

Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Leonardo Santagostini
I was looking for mlppp and as far as i could see, mlppp works only on dsl connections. In my case im working with 3 3G usb dongles, so its no pppoe, just ppp Do you have some working config? Thanks in advance, Leonardo Santagostini 2010/11/9 Leonardo Santagostini lsantagost...@gmail.com

Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Chuck Swiger
On Nov 9, 2010, at 12:33 PM, Leonardo Santagostini wrote: I was looking for mlppp and as far as i could see, mlppp works only on dsl connections. No, it applies to anything supporting PPP; DSL lines using PPPoE, T1/PRI lines using PPP encapsulation for the data side, and even modem dialups

RE: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Gary Gatten
snip Also, may be obvious to point out, but all (3) connections must be from the same provider. In the lab you could MAYBE get a stable/usable connection from multiple providers (with just ppp or 'x' encap) by splitting the requests on the egress side - but it's highly unlikely in the real

Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Leonardo Santagostini
Hello all, Im using 3 different providers all from Argentina, Clora, Movistar and Personal. Thank you Leonardo Santagostini 2010/11/9 Gary Gatten ggat...@waddell.com snip Also, may be obvious to point out, but all (3) connections must be from the same provider. In the lab you could MAYBE

Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Chuck Swiger
On Nov 9, 2010, at 12:33 PM, Leonardo Santagostini wrote: Do you have some working config? To answer this part more specifically, from man ppp: Multi-link capabilities are enabled using the ``set mrru'' command (set maximum reconstructed receive unit). Once multi-link is enabled, ppp

RE: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Gary Gatten
-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question Hello all, Im using 3 different providers all from Argentina, Clora, Movistar and Personal. Thank you Leonardo Santagostini 2010/11/9 Gary Gatten ggat...@waddell.commailto:ggat...@waddell.com snip Also, may be obvious

Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread bluethundr
Swiger; Nathan Vidican; freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question Hello all, Im using 3 different providers all from Argentina, Clora, Movistar and Personal. Thank you Leonardo Santagostini 2010/11/9 Gary Gatten ggat...@waddell.commailto:ggat

RE: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Gary Gatten
: Leonardo Santagostini; Nathan Vidican; freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question This might be worth looking into as well! It's an open source load balancer that was originally developed by yahoo and released into the open source community. It is now a part

Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Leonardo Santagostini
Subject: Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question This might be worth looking into as well! It's an open source load balancer that was originally developed by yahoo and released into the open source community. It is now a part of the Apache project: http://trafficserver.apache.org/ On Tue

Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question

2010-11-09 Thread Leonardo Santagostini
they will... -Original Message- From: bluethundr [mailto:bluethu...@gmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, November 09, 2010 5:42 PM To: Gary Gatten Cc: Leonardo Santagostini; Nathan Vidican; freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: Multiple tun loadbalancing question This might be worth looking into as well! It's