On Tue, 20 Mar 2007, Arief Setiawan wrote:
(1) "ipip encapsulation is used when the realservers are at a remote site.
Methods of tunneling other than ipip exist (*e.g.* a VPN) if you need
geographically remote realservers"
So I would really like to find out more about (1).
well no-one I know has done it. You'll be the first - let
us know how it goes :-)
With alternative (1), Would IPSec tunneling for Windows 2003 server work
instead of ipip ?
I think IPSec tunneling involves setting up policy, some filtering, rules
between 2 nodes.
I wonder if this will affect director ( as the other node end ) to forward
the IP packet ?
I don't know what "as the other node end" means. However the
ends of the connection don't know that there's a tunnel in
between, so a tunnel shouldn't affect the director.
IPSec isn't used a lot. I don't know why - it seems like
good stuff to me. I would have thought that it should have
been used for wifi, rather than WEP/WPA.
Has anyone else made success stories from this particular Windows version /w
no ipip support ?
there aren't that many people using windows with LVS. You're
on new ground here.
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