First of all thanks for your answer,
L.S. Keijser wrote:
> On Thu, 2010-01-28 at 15:57 +0100, Oriol Martí wrote:
>> I'm setting up a LVS with the Red Hat Cluster Suite, I have setted up
>> for one public IP with NAT and with one private subnet. My problem
>> arrives when I configure another public IP, because the private subnet
>> and the NIC (private too) of this service has to be different from the
>> last one.
>> For the first public IP that I've configured, there is the parameter
>> nat_router, that I've configured like 192.168.11.24 eth0:1, my idea is
>> to configure this parameter with multiple IP's and NIC's. For example:
>> [192.168.11.24 eth0:1, 192.168.12.24 eth1:1] but this is not possible.
>> Somebody can help me?
> My guess is that people on this list might be able to help you, but
> unfortunately RHCS isn't well known with everybody. Also, i don't
> understand why you're using RHCS for something so basic, but okay. You
> could try the RedHat mailinglists (go for the 'piranha' list(s)) or set
> up the LVS another way.
Basically, I'm using the RHCS, because I use Centos in my production
servers, and for me it's the easy way, and I have the LVS with two
servers: the primary and the backup server(I need high-availability)
> Maybe you could first explain what you're trying to accomplish?
I'm trying to do a LVS (NAT), with different NICs (one for all the
public services, and one private for every service), because I need to
have the traffic separated for every service in the private part. This
is easy to do with the RHCS, but the unic problem is that I only can
configure one gateway for the VirtualServer (the IP that you have to
configure as the default gateway in the Real-Servers). Because that,
there is only one real-server that I can configure the gateway, for the
others I can't put this gateway because there are in another subnet and
I can't confgiure a gateway from a different subnet.
It's easy to do that directly with LVS? How?
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