On Wed, 30 May 2001, Joseph Mack wrote:
> On Wed, 30 May 2001, Alois Treindl wrote:
> > During maintenance work, I want to switch http access to an emergency
> > http server running on the director, on port 81.
> lookup localnode
> you'll have to use it with VS-NAT forwarding so that the ports get
> rewritten. (I haven't used this for a long time and I can't remember
> doing the VS-NAT tests ie rewriting ports. Presumably I did them,
> but I've forgotten about it.)
I am afraid the hint to chapter 14 in the HOWTO was not very helpful.
It does not work, when combined with port forwarding.
(It does work when I run http on director with port 80, but this
is not what I want, because I need to run a different http on port 80
for other purposes on the director).
My ipvsadm is:
TCP lvs.astro.com:www rr
-> wwc.astro.com:81 Local 1 0 0
where lvs.astro.com is VIP (a director virtual address)
and wwc.astro.com is the director's real address
There is a http listening on port 81, which I can verify by accessing
it locally on the director itself.