> I am using linux 2.4.18. I have patched it with
>lvs-1.0.4 version. I have then reconfigured the
> Now my kernel supports ipvs.
> Also the lsmod command shows,(after starting some
>Module Size Used by Not tainted
>ip_vs_rr 1572 1 (autoclean)
>iptable_filter 2412 0 (autoclean) (unused)
>ip_tables 17592 1 [iptable_filter]
>ip_vs 86232 2 (autoclean)
> Then I have installed the ipvsadm-1.21 version.
> I have then used the configuration,
>-A -t 172.31.51.254:http -s rr -p 360
>-a -t 172.31.51.254:http -r 172.31.51.27:http -m -w 1
>-a -t 172.31.51.254:http -r 172.31.51.26:http -m -w 1
> On director,
> eth0:1 172.31.51.254(VIP)
> default gateway: 172.31.52.6
> On realserver1,
> default gateway:172.31.51.25(DIP)
> similarly on realserver2.
> When I am trying to use the service(http) on a
> it is giving the message:
> Connection failed
> (110) connection timed out
> The remote host or network may be down.
> Some more information is,
> Iam able to ping from the client(172.31.51.22) to
> The /sbin/ipvsadm shows the connections are inactive
> Iam not able to see the web pages
> Please help me!
Have you open ip_forward and closed icmp send_redirects?
Because you VIP, DIP and RIP are at the same network. I
suggest you use RIP at a different network with VIP, such