On Fri, 22 Sep 2000, Jeremy Hansen wrote:
> I have a situation where I'm using DR, but I need to NAT *some*
> I have the lvs server setup with real ip's, but all the real servers are
> using internal addresses. I'm using DR, so the real servers are actually
> using the real ip of my upstream providers router, I'm statically
> assigning the mac address of the router to the real servers.
I don't understand the last two sentences. (I assume the router is the box
connecting your public network to the ISP). But lets put that aside for
The VIP is a routable IP, so clients on the internet can send packets to
the LVS. The real-servers will also have the VIP on them, so they can send
replies to the client. The RIPs on the real-servers and the network
connecting the director to the real-servers can be anything you like,
including non-routable IPs (ie 192.168.x.x).
Can you explain your problem again saying why this framework won't work
in your case.
Joseph Mack mack@xxxxxxxxxxx