Antwort: how can i setup the vip in windows2000. hurry!

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Subject: Antwort: how can i setup the vip in windows2000. hurry!
From: robert.gehr@xxxxxxxxxx
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2001 12:37:16 +0200
There is a thing called MS-Loopback adapter which is just a virutal device
under Windows that does not answer any arp requests.
Install that thing which should be on a Server Edition CD of WinNT/2000 and
assign it the appropriate IP Address.

Because MS would not let you assign a "x.x.x.x/32" netmask to it you will
end up having two routes pointing into the same net
Lets say your machines IP is and your MS-Loopback IP is then you will have two routes in your routing table both
to the net so you have to delete the route that is bound to the
MS-Loopback adapter with a command like

route del mask from the command line.

The above setup is using the DR scheme. If you want to do NAT it is a
different story.

Apart from this I can't think of anyone who has set up lvs in a hurry :-)

Best regards
Robert Gehr

"A ship in a harbour is safe, but that's not what ships are built for"

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 anybody can tell me how can i use lvs in windows system?
my meaning is how can i set up on realserver which run the windows2000?
i want to use the linxu as director,windows2000 as realserver.

who can give me a example or anyway to hint me?
thank you very much! i'm in a  hurry.


XiaoLin Lee
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