1. what is the default gw of the loadbalancer?
2. Have you disabled icmp redirects on the loadbalancer?
3 are you shure that you have the IP 10.1.11.63 on you lvs and your first
Julian de Anquin schrieb:
> Hi all
> Hi facing the following problem with lvs load balancing
> I'll try to explain de scenario, if i'm missing something that would
> be usefull for you to helpme , please let me know
> The LVS server has the 10.1.10.53,
> with the 10.1.10.51 as virtual addres this address is made available
> to the internet via NAT by a PIX Cisco Firewall
> the 10.1.11.63 that;s the internal ip where it comunicates with the
> real servers.
> and 10.1.11.1 as virtul private ip that is used by the real servers
> RealServer 1 has 10.1.11.63 in the internal network with gw 10.1.11.1
> and the 10.1.10.63 ip that has access to go to mi database server,
> with gw 10.1.10.1
> The problem is as follows.
> If i point to 10.1.10.51, the virtual ip, everything goes fine, the
> real serves are reached, they reache the database server, and give the
> response back to the client.
> However if the client if on internet, and points to the real ip, eg
> 200.xxx.xxx.xxx, that gets nated to 10.1.10.51, the connection hags
> and no response its get back to the server.
> Any clue on this? anyone has face the same problem?
> Julian Eduardo de Anquin
> Cordoba, Argentina
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