On Tue, Mar 28, 2006 at 12:00:17PM -0600, LVS@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Joseph Mack NA3T wrote:
> >On Tue, 28 Mar 2006 LVS@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
> >>My issue is I am unable to connect to the LB and bring up a Real
> >>Server while on the 192.168.12 network.
> >let's see if I understand your question...
> >you are logged on to the director. You cannot log on to a realserver
> >from there, even when the LVS is working correctly.
> I'm logged on to 192.168.12.1, another machine in the 192.168.12.0
> network. I open a browser on this 192.168.12.1 machine and try to
> connect to the 12 side of the LB lets say 192.168.12.100 (the address
> our Firewall routes public traffic to). I don't get routed through to
> the realservers. (RealServer example 192.168.13.100)
Are you using LVS-NAT? If so, are you sure that the only route from the
13 to the 12 network is via the load balancers? If not, the return
packets from 192.168.13.100 may be travelling by a different route than
the outgoing packets from 192.168.12.1 and the connection will fail.
If the universe were simple enough to be understood, we would be too
simple to understand it.