On Thu, 29 Apr 2004, Joseph Mack wrote:
> if you're doing LVS-NAT then you have a smaller limit for
> ports, since all ports are coming from the director.
> when NAT'ing you only have ports 61000-65xxx, ie 4000 ports to
> choose from.
These ranges are only for the connections created from
the 2.2 masquerading code, not for the LVS connections:
> Do the (small) number of ports limit LVS-NAT? If the
> LVS has 40,000connections/hr, with 1hr persistence, can the
> LVS-NAT director hold 40000 connections once (for discussion,
> let's say these are all to different IPs, ie 40,000 IPs).
There are no connection limits in LVS, they are in TCP,
there are 65536*65536 possible combinations between two IPs.
In LVS setup with one VIP:VPORT used, the number is 65536
connections from CIP to same VIP:VPORT.
Julian Anastasov <ja@xxxxxx>