On 05/20/2015 01:32 PM, Anders Henke wrote:
> On 20.05.2015, Florent B wrote:
>> On 05/20/2015 12:21 PM, Michael Schwartzkopff wrote:
>>> Am Mittwoch, 20. Mai 2015, 12:00:01 schrieb Florent B:
>>>> Some precisions :
>>>> In fact packets are computed by LVS, the problem is that RS receives a
>>>> packets with :
>>>> - its proper eth0 IP in src, but with mac address of LVS server
>>> "its": which IP in the source field? The source IP address should
>> always be the
>>> IP address of the client. The source address should never be the IP
>> adress of
>>> the real server.
>>> MAC address of the director: That is corret.
>> The source IP address is the IP address of the client, but the client
>> here is my real server. It tries to connect to VIP.
> Hi Florent,
> You've hit a very special corner case.
> When you're trying to access your VIP from a real server, your real server
> does discover the VIP to be a local IP address. As a consequence, the traffic
> isn't bpassed onto your local network, but routed via loopback and this
> traffic is not being loadbalanced at all, 100% of this traffic is delivered
> to the same real server.
> If your client application doesn't specify a specific source IP address, the
> Linux kernel does select an IP address which is (in terms of routing) most
> close to the destination address. In this special cornercase, it is the very
> same IP address than the destination address.
> You can verify this behaviour by running "ip route get VIP" on your
> realserver (replace "VIP" by the VIP address). As an example:
> $ ip route get 172.17.24.42
> local 172.17.24.42 dev lo src 172.17.24.42
> cache <local>
> This reads as following:
> - 172.17.24.42 is locally configured on this host.
> - the packet is being routed via the loopback device ("dev lo").
> - source IP address will be 172.17.24.42
My VIP is not configured on RS. I use the iptables solution because I
need traffic to be load-balanced (if service is down on the RS I want to
access it for example...).
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