On Fri, 11 Aug 2000, Thomas Proell wrote:
> My setup:
> - LVS accepting packets by transparent proxy
the director, realservers or both?
> - tunnelling to 2 realservers
> - squid running on both realservers
> - ipfwadm to send the packets on port 80 to port 8080 (squid)
ipvs can only rewrite port numbers in VS-NAT mode.
Tell us where the ports are being rewritten.
> - arp-problem handled by setting arp-table-entry on client
do you mean on realserver?
> When the client asks for (for example) www.cnn.com,
> the LVS tunnels the request to one of the realservers.
> There, the request is sent to port 8080, where squid
> listens and answers. That's O.K.
> The next request is sent to the other realserver, he
> somehow does not send the packets to port 8080, but
> sends them to the first realserver.
what happens if you also allow the director to forward telnet?
Do you connect to one machine or each machine alternately?
Joseph Mack mack@xxxxxxxxxxx