On Wed, 12 Nov 2008, Pieter Temmerman wrote:
>> Simply to have the services running on that server listen to it. You
>> cannot bind a service to an IP address that is not set up on that server
>> and the packets are addressed to the VIP.
> Good point.
> Although my reasoning was the following:
> When a request arrives on the director, it decides to which (lets say
> Apache) server the request should be "forwarded". It sends an ARP
> request for the real server
no. read the howto on how LVS-DR works
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