> read the packet flow diagram in the HOWTO for LVS-DR. The
> reply packet from the realserver is VIP->CIP. It comes from
> lo and after looking up the realserver's routing table, the
> realserver sends it via the RIP to the default gw, which
> can be anything except the director.
Aww, that's the part that I missed this morning.
So on the RIP, I did the following to let its lo:0 have the same ip as the VIP
ifconfig lo:0 lvs-101 netmask 255.255.255.255 broadcast lvs-101
This gave lo:0 the same ip as the VIP. Now instead of getting a
'Connection timed out', I'm right back to 'No route to host'