DR/TUN LVS to Win2k Boxes

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Subject: DR/TUN LVS to Win2k Boxes
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From: Jorge Adrian Salaices <asalaices@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 31 Jan 2003 08:04:09 -0600
Hello All .. Newbie question ...

I am new to the list and I was wondering If anybody has been able tp get
DR/Tunneling to work from an LVS to Windows 2000 RealServers ... 

You see the problem is that I will have 2 LVS Directors and will have
about 36 Win2K machines seen by both directors (Not my Choice of
Architecture but I am stuck), the problem is that NAT is "supposed" to
bottleneck at around 9.0 mb Sec on the Server which will be able to
serve at around 400Kb no more than 20 RealServers ... Or is this number
realistic ? 

We will be using Dell 2650 Dual Xeon 1.8GHZ Boxes as directors and other
than a doc or two on the net tests with Semi-Old Pentium II Hardware
show those Numbers.

Is there a doc on the Net I can read that will help to to get it
working  ? 

Any help will be greatly appreciated .

Thanks . 

Adrian Salaices.
Applications Manager/DBA
Dallas Airmotive.

On Fri, 2003-01-31 at 07:24, Sébastien Bonnet wrote:
> > Is it possible to have a lvs configuration using only two RedHat
> > 7.2 Linux machins running as both directors and real servers?
> Sure ! Strictly speaking about LVS, it's the localnode feature. Then,
> you'll have to adapt/configure/tweak the ha and monitoring tools.
> > What problems may we run into if we use such a configuration?
> Yes, I have 2 clusters made of only two RH7.3 nodes, both acting as
> realservers and directors (active/passive).
> If you're using piranha, I might supply a patch which will greatly
> improve the feasability.
Jorge Adrian Salaices <asalaices@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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