Then reboot the host to ensure all services start and settings are applied, by using that command: reboot Finally, update the bond or aggregator record on the management server with the root or user password on that device, or reset the password on the device to the password recorded in the management server. Now you need to setup Proxy ARP, so you can utilize the second IP linode gave you 1. Download the firewall hook from GitHub: 2. wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/multappliednetworks/hook-examples/master/proxy-arp/ 60_proxy_arp -O /etc/firewall.d/60_proxy_arp 3. If your default interface is not eth0, set the interface in /etc/default/firewall.d/60_proxy_arp. For example: echo "INTERFACE=eth1" > /etc/default/firewall.d/60_proxy_arp 4. Make the hook executable: 5. chmod +x /etc/firewall.d/60_proxy_arp 6. Restart the firewall: 7. service firewall restart Run: nano /etc/network/interfaces Change this iface eth0 inet static address 188.8.131.52/24 gateway 184.108.40.206 up ip addr add 220.127.116.11/24 dev eth0 label eth0:1 down ip addr del 18.104.22.168/24 dev eth0 label eth0:1 up ip addr add 192.168.148.227/17 dev eth0 label eth0:2 down ip addr del 192.168.148.227/17 dev eth0 label eth0:2 To this: (Static IP of the Aggregator, not the second IP) iface eth0 inet static address 22.214.171.124 gateway 126.96.36.199 Here's the ticket for your call earlier. As I described on the phone, the issue came down to the fact that we were getting an IPv6 AAAA record when asking for bondingadmin.topdrivecomm.com, but the given IPv6 address was not reachable. The culprit was /etc/resolv.conf, which is the list of nameservers to use to
lookup DNS records. We normally set this when you install with the ISO (or we update it with salt after a node is configured), but as with your other issues Linode keeps overwriting this file. Run nano /etc/resolv.conf # Generated by Linode Network Helper # Thu May 11 18:56:15 2017 UTC # # This file is automatically generated on each boot with your Linode's # current network configuration. If you need to modify this file, please # first disable the 'Auto-configure Networking' setting within your Linode's # configuration profile: # - https://manager.linode.com/linodes/config/Linode2?id=4139261 # # For more information on Network Helper: # - https://www.linode.com/docs/platform/network-helper # # A backup of the previous config is at /etc/.resolv.conf.linode-last # A backup of the original config is at /etc/.resolv.conf.linode-orig # nameserver 188.8.131.52 domain members.linode.com search members.linode.com nameserver 184.108.40.206 nameserver 220.127.116.11 That's what the file looks like with my change in bold that fixed the issue. Finally open a support ticket with linode and send them this: As we previously discussed, I need a second IP for Linode X please! Hi There, Thank you for reaching out to us.