I've already read this thread:
Our problem is pretty similar.
We have a geographically distributed LVS-Tun setup. The download
speeds I get:
from Client A via LVS: 10KB/sec
from Client A directly from REALSERVER: 300KB/sec
from Client B via LVS: 500KB/sec
from Client B directly from REALSERVER: 1000KB/sec
speed from Client A to DIRETOR is the same as from Client B
speed from DIRETOR to Client A is the same as to Client A
Clients A and B are located in different cities.
Calls in all 4 cases are exactly the same (GET HTTP).
The question is why Client A get such difference in speed (10KB vs
300KB) when he's accessing the same content via LVS and bypassing it?
Were to look? What to tcpdump?
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