Simon Horman wrote:
>> So, what is it that I've got misconfigured? Or is it a case of not
>> understanding what it is that the fallback directive actually does in
>> this case?
> Can you try setting apache to listen on 22.214.171.124:80?
> The connections from end-users should have that as their source IP address
> and port at the time that they are received by apache.
Yep, I can do that, and that works, but I'm not understanding why it
works, particularly as it doesn't seem to matter what port I set in the
in fallback directive - 127.0.0.1:80 works just as well as 127.0.0.1:800.
Is it that ipvs passes the packet through the kernel 'normally' (not
quite sure of the correct terminology) when the server-address is
localhost, rather than rewriting/forwarding the packet when it gets
picked up on the INPUT chain?
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