On Thu, 27 Apr 2006, Julian de Anquin wrote:
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.
A diagram of your network would help. It seems like your
routers are playing tricks with the netowrk.
However a client should be able to connect to an LVS-NAT
realserver directly on the RIP and access the service. The
realserver can't tell whether the packets are coming
directly from the client or have been NAT'ed by the
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