telnet but no http???
mack.joseph at epa.gov
Fri Aug 30 20:54:14 BST 2002
"Jonathan D. Proulx" wrote:
> I can get telnet to work but not http (Apache/1.3.26 (Unix) Debian
> GNU/Linux). Attempts to connect to http://lvs-test result in a network
> error (rst after the initial ack).
> I have set the listen address in the httpd.conf on the realservers.
is apache listening to the VIP and _not_ to the RIP?
> my config:
> running the resultant rc.lvs removes the default route on the director
> so that no connections off the local /24 subnet are possible,
it's a design feature
you can add the route back if you like, but it would be more secure to
put a separate IP on the outside of the director (possibly on the same NIC as
the VIP) and to connect from that.
adding the default route or not having it?
> also seem to cut off access to the realservers which I don't fully
> So initially all connections just hang till timeout.
> Adding a default route on the director allows telnet through to the
via the LVS or directly?
> and the above mentioned RST problem on http. Without
> mucking with routing a client on the same /24 gets the same result.
same as what?
Joseph Mack PhD, Senior Systems Engineer, Lockheed Martin
contractor to the National Environmental Supercomputer Center,
mailto:mack.joseph at epa.gov ph# 919-541-0007, RTP, NC, USA
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