To: linux-virtualserver@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Woohoo
From: Rob Thomas <rob@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 1999 09:51:56 +0000
Well. I've finally done it. I bit the bullet, and I've upgraded my
213-day-old proxy server (I just love linux. It worked. And it stayed
working, without crashing, until I wanted to upgrade it 8-) to 2.2.10
and ipvs-05-2.2.9.

But, the main bit I wanted (the local server part) isn't working! Argh!

Anyone clue me up?

[Background. eth0 ==, eth1 =]

I can do this:

[telnet 8082, connects, talks to squid. no probs.]

ipvsadm -A -s wrr
ipvsadm -a -R 

Looks good. Except, uh, it doesn't work. When I try to connect to 9999 (both locally and remotely) I get a connection

Everything else is working -- I have 4 other machines in
203.63.12.[2345] that quite happily load balance, but I am hoping to
make this machine act as a proxy too, so I don't have to buy another one
just yet 8-)

Any clues?  Do I have to tell ipchains to masquerade 127/8 or something?


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