On Thu, Dec 28, 2000 at 01:27:11PM -0500, Robert Carroll wrote:
> Stupid question maybe.. using lvs_nat.. does the director have to be on two
> different network segments, or can it be the same?
> for example
> director IP: 192.168.168.126
> VIP: 192.168.168.200
> real1: 192.168.168.121
> real2: 192.168.168.125
> I know this may look dumb.. but just wonder if it would work?
My experience is that LVS-NAT requires the clients and
the real servers to be on different physical networks, routed
through the director. That given, having the director's IP
within the real servers network shouldn't be an issue, though I
don't recall testing it.