well I figured that..
I trying to get this to work with out talking to the network admin.
They already have NAT working in front of this setup. I had LVS_DR working
but it would not work outside the local network. Without stepping on toes I
figure I try the LVS_Nat solution.
Long story short, I cant change the VIP or it wont go thru the other NAT.
At least thats what I think its doing.
From: Thornton Prime [mailto:thornton@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2000 1:33 PM
Subject: Re: LVS-NAT
> 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?
I think it would probably work, but as far as I can see you would be
taking on all the disadvantages of NAT and eliminating most of its
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