On Wed, 3 Jun 2009, Malte Geierhos wrote:
> you must make sure to have the VIP on each of your RealServers assigned
> to a tunl0 device. (You only need one VIP )
> See http://www.linuxvirtualserver.org/VS-IPTunneling.html at the very
> End of the Page the Kernel 2.2 example
> applies as well to newer Kernels.
> Be sure to have read about the ARP Problem.
if the realservers are behind a different router (not the
director's router) and that isn't advertising the VIP, then
there is no arp problem :-)
> And be sure that your Upstream Provider allows outgoing packets with a
> different source-ip then that of your RealServer.
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