On Thu, 20 Dec 2001, James Reggio wrote:
> These are the *.conf scripts that you use in Joseph Mack's
> configuration script/program. You can get his program and all at
> This is not going to be a real server that is going to actually
> serve something; it is part of a Science Fair project I'm doing.
> I'm testing to see which communications topology (NAT, IP-TUN, or
> DR) performs the best. In order for it to work, I need to use the
> same computer topology for each one - only changing the
> communications topology. If this isn't really going to serve
> anybody, do I still need to worry about the ARP problem?
Yes, you need to handle the ARP problem, because your client (10.10.1.3)
and the real servers (eth1: 10.10.1.*) are connected by an
uninterrupted network, so you need to hide the ARP response of VIP
10.10.1.1 at the real servers.
> Thank You so much.
> James Reggio
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