However, you are probably a lot better off to just use LVS-DR.
It allows the (actually requires) the return path to the
real servers not to go through the Linux Director.
Actually, this isn't true. I have a LVS setup with a mix of LVS-NAT
and LVS-DR. All traffic passes through the LVS boxes works just fine.
I use LVS-NAT for my SMTP,POP3,IMAP stuff going to internal servers
I use LVS-DR to handle a /24 subnet for SSL servers going to two
The only thing I had to remember was to tell the router to NOT NAT
traffic from the SSL subnet
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