> On 10/23/12 8:49 PM, gary.gardner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> I have been search and searching and I can't seem to solve my issue.
>> I have two load balancers that have real IP's that resolve to the domain
>> name. I then have real servers that have internal IP's and want the
>> traffic to go through the Load Balancers and send requests to the Web
>> Servers and then return a response to the client.
>> I can see the pulse going to the Web Servers, but I cannot get any
>> coming in to the load balancers.
>> Below is my configuration. Do I have this configured correctly or not?
>> not, please guide me in fixing this. I know lots of people have been
>> doing this, so it shouldn't be as complicated as I am making it.
>> The system is CentOS 6.3. When I try to hit the real ip, it acts as if
>> nothing is listening. Do I need something in front of the load balancer
>> or should NAT take care of that.
>> I would assume that traffic hits the Internet IP, traffic gets inspected
>> and then routed properly. I know nothing is currently listening on port
>> 80, but shouldn't NAT just forward where it should go?
> I don't see where you are doing NAT from your external range to your
> internal subnet, but that just makes it more complicated anyway.
> Why not just do DR between your load balancers and the backend web
> servers? Just add your 'real' IP to the web server loopback and you're
> pretty much done.
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I thought with the DR that the backend web servers had to have real IP's
so they could get out to the Internet? I had tried that and that didn't
seem to work, but maybe it's just me.
So the VIP should be a 192.x.x.x, yes even for the DR? Is my
configuration just fubar'd?
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