On Sun, Nov 10, 2013 at 11:56:51AM +0100, Patrick Schaaf wrote:
> Dear LVS developers.
> (resending to lvs-devel because of lack of reaction on lvs-users...)
> I came across an idea today, which even appears to work, that could
> potentially reduce the number of ipvs realserver entries in an LVS-NAT
> scenario where multiple ports need to be passed through to the realservers.
> Right now I have a separate (fwmark) virtualserver for port 80, and several
> SSL ports that need different certificates on the realservers. The usual
> mangle/PREROUTING marking selects which one to use.
> Now the idea is to reduce the LVS setup itself to the port 80 server entry,
> always select the same fwmark for that, but use rules in mangle/PREROUTING
> like -j TOS --set-tos 0x1c/0xfc, with different TOS values.
> All SSL connections then arrive at the realservers with dport 80, but there
> I have nat/PREROUTING rules matching the TOS values, using -j REDIRECT
> --to-port 44X to internally let the connection flow to the right SSL port.
> This appears to work quite nicely in a prototype setup. The TOS value
> arrives intact in the SYN packet on the realserver, all is well.
> My question would be: we run this on kernel 2.6.32 right now. That's a
> little bit ancient, and will eventually be upgraded. Was there anything
> changed in LVS kernel code since then that would make this TOS/DSCP marking
> scheme fail due to the TOS value not being forwarded to the realservers?
I am not aware of any changes to LVS that would break this scheme.
And I would be somewhat surprised if there were any in netfilter
or other parts of the kernel.
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