Re: [lvs-users] The effect of wlc, lblc, and persistent

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Subject: Re: [lvs-users] The effect of wlc, lblc, and persistent
From: "Robinson, Eric" <eric.robinson@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 19:18:16 +0000
> LBLC & DH schedulers can only be used in a completely 
> transparent forwarding LVS i.e. firewall mark matches the 
> packets of ALL routed traffic and forwards it to a proxy/squid cache.
> This is because they need to see the destination IP address 
> (normal non-transparent LVS traffic all has destination IP of the VIP)

Thanks, Malcolm. We've been running an LVS load balancer since 2006 and we have 
approximately 1400 realserver connections behind it, and didn't know this. :-)

Eric Robinson

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