Re: [lvs-users] information and documentation

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Subject: Re: [lvs-users] information and documentation
From: Tom van Leeuwen <tom.van.leeuwen@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 02 Jun 2011 17:09:13 +0200
Hi Emilio,

I would like to help you, but you are not giving a lot of information.
I always supply a quick ascii drawing of my setup, maybe something like:

client-host ( ---- ( lvs-server 
( ---- ( real-server
If you state the output of 'ipvsadm -ln' we know what your lvs is doing.

Including your keepalived config might also help a bit.

When you have given your setup, say what you expect and what you 
experience. That's more practical to troubleshoot for me at least.

With kind regards,
Tom van Leeuwen
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On 06/02/2011 09:56 AM, Emilio Campos wrote:
> Hi to everybody, I am new user with LVS, I just readed the entire
> documentation of lvs on the official web, and I configured some
> examples, but didnt work, I am trying configure LVS-NAT with ipvsadm
> and keepalived, but this don't work for me, I can connect on virtual
> port from server where lvs is running , but I can't connect to virtual
> port from client node, and I configured port forwarding on /proc
> Would you send me reference to some web, mails, etc  for read and
> configure examples, I am sure that some is bad on my configuration.
> I am working with  kernel 2.6.32
> Any information for understand the LVS philosophy will be welcomed
> Thanks!
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