Three public IP addresses
Suppose there are three public IP addresses on three front nodes. Each virtual IP address is placed in a separate VRRP group. Thus, each address “jumps” independently of the others, and if there are three nodes in the cluster with the
node-role/frontend: "" labels, then each IP gets its own MASTER node.
apiVersion: deckhouse.io/v1alpha1 kind: KeepalivedInstance metadata: name: front spec: nodeSelector: # mandatory node-role/frontend: "" tolerations: # optional - key: dedicated operator: Equal value: frontend vrrpInstances: - id: 1 # the unique cluster ID interface: detectionStrategy: DefaultRoute # the card with the default route is used as a service network one virtualIPAddresses: - address: 22.214.171.124/32 # the interface parameter is omitted since IP addresses are based on the cards that service VRRP traffic - id: 2 interface: detectionStrategy: DefaultRoute virtualIPAddresses: - address: 126.96.36.199/32 - id: 3 interface: detectionStrategy: DefaultRoute virtualIPAddresses: - address: 188.8.131.52/32
Suppose there is a gateway with a pair of IP addresses for LAN and WAN. In the case of the gateway, the private and public IPs are bind together, and they will “jump” between the nodes in tandem. In the below example, the VRRP traffic is routed through the LAN interface. It can be detected using the NetworkAddress method (assuming that each node has an IP belonging to this subnet).
apiVersion: deckhouse.io/v1alpha1 kind: KeepalivedInstance metadata: name: mygateway spec: nodeSelector: node-role/mygateway: "" tolerations: - key: node-role/mygateway operator: Exists vrrpInstances: - id: 4 # since "1", "2", "3" IDs are used in the "front" KeepalivedInstance above interface: detectionStrategy: NetworkAddress networkAddress: 192.168.42.0/24 virtualIPAddresses: - address: 192.168.42.1/24 # in this case, we have already detected the local network (above); thus, the interface parameter can be safely omitted - address: 184.108.40.206/28 interface: detectionStrategy: Name name: ens7 # we use the fact that an interface for public IPs is called "ens7" on all nodes