Joseph Mack NA3T wrote:
>> ipvs rules defined for forwarding, I 'fall through' to any potential
>> listening service on my director.
>> How can I get rid of it?
> don't have a service on the director listening on VIP/port
> controlled by LVS
Ugh - some days I completely miss the obvious. I've been dealing with
weird routing and iptables rules all week and it never ever occurred to
me that sshd was listening on the wildcard address - switching it to
listen on just my director's admin public IP (and not the vips) solved
all my problem.
Thanks for being kind and not saying "DUH" after your response :)
MCS Team Architect
Verio, and NTT Communications Company
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