LVS doesn't bind to any ports.
Have you set up the tunnel for traffic as per the manual?
(I've never personally used TUN and probably ought to try it sometime.)
Also if you want cross WAN load balancing you may be better of with
something like HaProxy.
2008/9/30 Anil Sharma <toanilsharma1@xxxxxxxxx>:
> I have configured LVS TUN in front of two apache Https servers.
> but when i do netstat -nl it shows that my VIP listening at port 53 not on
> port 443 which i specified
> idid it by following command
> ipvsadm -A -t IPDIRECTOR:443 -s rr
> Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign
> Address State
> tcp 0 0 188.8.131.52:53
> can anybody tell me the reason ?
> i can see in tcpdump that request event not foewarded to real servers.even
> LVS is not ACk the client.
> is it due to LVS not listening at 443??
> how to rectify this problem.
> i am using UBUNtu 8.1 server
> Anil Sharma
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