> you can do the same config with LVS. Just use NAT mode. The
> disadvantage: it
> does not scale that good because every traffix has to be routed back
> through the
> gateway. As a rule of the thumb you can tell: About 10 to 20 real
> servers in
> NAT mode.
We use LVS-NAT, and load balance, in some of our clusters, 100 servers. The
amount of traffic that LVS-NAT can handle is fully dependent on the amount of
network bandwidth available, quality of NICs in the server, and CPU power.
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