Unless I've missed something in your explanation this is exactly what I do
in one of my networks using LVS-NAT inside a Cisco PIX and in front of a
Cisco 3600 running the firewall feature set.
There is no special magic needed for LVS to interoperate with additional NAT
instances in the path.
From: Bishop, Cass [mailto:cbishop@xxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2004 12:08 PM
To: 'LinuxVirtualServer.org users mailing list.'
Subject: Is this possible?
I'm trying to get LVS to work in a different configuration than I normally
do and I'm running into some problems. Here is the setup:
Hit external address
NATS the external address to 172.27.82.4
Director - IP:172.27.82.3
Real Server 1 - IP:172.20.6.12
Real Server 2 - IP:172.20.6.13
I normally use LVS in a single network setup so this is new to me. Am I
going about this the wrong way? Is this even possible All of the
documentation I've looked through doesn't seem to apply to my configuration.
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