On Fri, 18 Jan 2008, Simon Horman wrote:
What the users want is to be able to put unmodified servers behind a
director - they can't even change the default gw. The only thing they can
change is the RIP. So the servers would have to be realservers behind an
LVS-NAT director which is outputting packets with src_addr=DIP, ie the
realservers see connect requests only from the DIP. I'd assumed the
director would be running a new version of standard LVS-NAT, with
iptables doing the SNAT in POSTROUTING.
Sorry to be picky. It seems to me that Janusz does achive the goal in
mind, in a fairly simple way. I will review ASAP.
not picky at all. I'm happy for anything that achieves the
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