Re: LVS and Different Class C's

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Subject: Re: LVS and Different Class C's
From: Horms <horms@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2003 13:58:59 +0900
On Wed, Feb 26, 2003 at 05:00:06PM -0600, AJ Lemke wrote:
> Hello all.

Hi AJ,

To reiterate Peter Mueller's request, please only send plain-text
email to this list.

> Can the LVS-DR direct traffic across class C's?  
> Here is the scenario, I have 2 director boxes and they direct traffic to
> my squid boxes.  The squid boxes are in the acceleration mode.  The
> whole system works great.  The problem I have is that a client wants to
> have his website cached out.  That is all well and good his site is
> cached out just fine, but he has some ssl stuff that won't cache.  We
> have this in mind.  His site resolves to  VIP  We would
> just send the http:80 traffic to, this is the cache
> server and the https:443 to, is is the actual IIS server
> that the site resides on.

Yes, this is possible. If your linux directors are directly connected
to then NAT and Direct Routing should both work fine.
Otherwise you may need to use Tunnelling.

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