Use tcpdump utility to check network traffic . Analyzing n/w you can check
where packets are going.please give the outpuch of command ipvsadm -l -n
On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 7:35 AM, David Hofmann <elmic11111@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'm attempting to load balance two windows servers using a Linux
> server. They are all on the same network and share a router and I
> prefer not to have to setup a sub network behind the load balancer.
> Ideal I'd like the traffic to come in through the load balancer, go to
> the web servers and then go back out through the load balancer.
> I've been going through the documentation. I can get it using direct
> routing to send the request to the web servers. I can see the request
> in the logs, but it appears the response isn't coming back as I keep
> getting timeout in my browser.
> Any suggestions of where to go look or any tutorials I should read
> would be appreciated.
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