On Wed, Feb 26, 2003 at 05:00:06PM -0600, AJ Lemke wrote:
> Hello all.
To reiterate Peter Mueller's request, please only send plain-text
email to this list.
> Can the LVS-DR direct traffic across class C's?
> Here is the scenario, I have 2 director boxes and they direct traffic to
> my squid boxes. The squid boxes are in the acceleration mode. The
> whole system works great. The problem I have is that a client wants to
> have his website cached out. That is all well and good his site is
> cached out just fine, but he has some ssl stuff that won't cache. We
> have this in mind. His site resolves to VIP xxx.xxx.191.5. We would
> just send the http:80 traffic to xxx.xxx.191.200, this is the cache
> server and the https:443 to xxx.xxx.190.60, is is the actual IIS server
> that the site resides on.
Yes, this is possible. If your linux directors are directly connected
to xxx.xxx.191.0/24 then NAT and Direct Routing should both work fine.
Otherwise you may need to use Tunnelling.