On Tue, 2008-03-25 at 15:07 -0700, Chuck Cochems wrote:
> I've got port 80 fine, but port 433 doesn't seem rto want to cooperate.
OK... you need to provide a bit more information to solve this one.
> the port in fact DOES get forwarded, as verified by telnetting to it,
> but any browser i use simply hangs and never completes the connection.
When you say "verified", what do you mean? Do you see forwarded packets
on the realservers on port 443?
> The plan is of course to share the same key on all virtual servers,
> since they have the "same domain name"
Heh. If you're using a commercial certificate, make sure you pay the
multiple license fee for this or they'll come for your children ;-)
Most of that makes sense, apart from...
> note that i have it checking port 80 for the ssl forward check. this is
> to avoid the checker having to key negotiate.
If I were you, I'd make the checker go through that or it isn't really
testing the secure service. It isn't *that* much of an overhead.
Can you send us the output from "ipvsadm -L -n" when ldirectord is