> if by "test-client" you mean the machine which is taking the place of
> customers out in user land... you don't have to change arp
> entries on these machines.
O.k. I thought just for handling the arp-problem in the
test-environment. When I set this up for real use, the
realservers won't be in the same network, so I don't
have to handle the arp-problem then (so I don't need to
change customer's arp-tables :-)
> > Nomally, I don't need a VIP, correct?
> "Normally", only if you are accepting packets by TP
That's true for me now.
> > ifconfig doesn't indicate a VIP on the virtual server at least.
> you mean on the director (the virtual server is the whole setup,
> ie real-servers and director)
Yes, I meant the director. I can't find a X.Y.Z.110
(that's the VIP) on _any_ machine.
> > ifconfig doesn't indicate a tunnelling device on the real
> > servers, and that's confusing for me a bit.
> confused the hell out of me too. Julian figured this one out.
I'm glad with that :-)
> You don't have an arp problem with TP.
> Is telnet in the ipvsadm table, pointing to both real-servers?
> Is the telnet connection to the realserver dependant on having
> a telnet entry in ipvsadm?
Oooop - by god - NO!
My client adresses directly to the realserver? Why? What?