> It was in the HOWTO under a checklist for NAT based LVS.
Can't remember that.
> It was 0 on machine 2, now 1, and still not working :(
It must be 1 on the active director. On the other one, it's not used.
> tcpdump -i eth1 host \(192.168.0.41 and 192.168.0.43\) or \(192.168.0.41 and
> 10.122.16.48\) or \(192.168.0.43 and 10.122.16.48\)
You're missing the VIP here ! Why don't you just run :
tcpdump -i any port 80 or icmp
> I've replaced the fully qualified machine name of the client with
> <client> for the sake of clarity and security.
That's a good first step. Would you mind replacing all IPs by VIP, DIP1,
DIP2, RIP1, RIP2 and DGW ? It'd be a lot easier to read.
> I'm afraid this is all greek to me.
This cut lines, it *is* greek ! Can you manage to send uncut lines
(maybe as an attachment, directly to me) ?
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