On Wed, 21 Nov 2007, Sebastian Vieira wrote:
> Maybe a stupid question, but i'll ask it anyway because it doesn't make
> sense to me. In the HOWTO (specifically the
> 5.12. One Network LVS-NAT section) there's a line:
> "You can no longer connect directly to the realserver for services being
> forwarded by the LVS."
> But i am able to. I have modified the realservers so their default gateway
> reflects the VIP on the director and have setup LVS so it services telnet
> ports. The entire realservers/director subnet is 192.168.14.x (netmask
> 255.255.255.0) and my connecting client is 192.168.53.x (netmask
> So why am i able to connect via telnet to the realserver directly? Don't get
> me wrong, this is the idea and i wouldn't want it any other way. It's just
> that the HOWTO mentions that it's impossible and it's really not.
well either your setup isn't working as you think, or I need
to modify the HOWTO. It's been a long time since I looked at
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