On Fri, 2008-11-28 at 19:28 +0100, luca boncompagni wrote:
> My problem is that I can't assign a range of ip
> (10.3.136.20-10.3.136.30) to the real server, but I have 10.3.136.21
> and 10.3.136.25.
As Joe suggested, have you read the One Network LVS-NAT entry in the
The reason NAT doesn't work in a one-network environment in because the
realservers respond directly to the clients, so the return traffic
doesn't get un-NATted. You have to configure the realservers
appropriately to force them to return traffic via the director.