On Thu, 20 Sep 2007, Steve Wray wrote:
> I am trying to set up a simple 2-network LVS-NAT to a webserver.
> So far as I can tell all of my config is by the book.
> I've stripped it down to one DIP, one RIP.
> In the end there is intended to be two directors with failover so the config
> shows the virtual IP of the interior interface of the director (eth1).
not by the book. The VIP is on the outside
> This is used as the default route on the realserver.
> In the case of the /etc/network/interfaces, this is where I've been setting
> up the masquerading. Note that I've tried this with and without iptables
> masquerading on the director.
not by the book. The HOWTO tells you not to use any iptables
rules till after you have the LVS running.
> I am guessing not as most of the LVS-NAT documentation
> I've found does indicate configuring iptables rules for
not in the HOWTO. It's the gold standard on these matters.
> This appears to be such a simple setup that there has to be something very
> basic that I'm missing...
yes, the setup in the mini-HOWTO
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