Is it your intention to monitor CIPE inband by sending it packets ? Why
is it necessary for you to do it that way ? Wouldn't it be easier to
monitor CIPE by checking the availability of the peer's network
interface (which ensures the tunnel is up) or, more simply, checking for
the existence of the cipe daemon on the LVS host ?
Damion K. Wilson
Ika OSCAOS wrote:
> I'm trying to use cipe over a LVS (Linux Virtual Server).
> LVS checks each minutes if cipe is alive. Sending a request like a ping.
> I need to fill to field in the configuration file :
> send : ""
> expect : ""
> Send is the string I need to send to cipe and expect is the string cipe
> returns in then answer.
> I don't know which string sending and expecting to check the availability
> cipe. Ideas ?
> Here is an example for monitoring http server (tcp):
> send = "GET / HTTP/1.0\r\n\r\n"
> expect = "HTTP"