HELP: NetBSD realservers
ratz at tac.ch
Tue May 28 09:39:52 BST 2002
> Dear Ratz,
> I'm trying to setup a LVS-NAT with a Linux 2.4 director and NetBSD 1.5.2
> I try to found any hint in the mailing archive but I found only your message
> about "FreeBSD"
Oh, I thought I also once mentioned the setup for NetBSD. But since
you're using the LVS-NAT approach, there is nothing special to know
about your RS. If you choose to setup LVS-DR you need to differentiate
between the various OS you use for the routing and interface setup.
> please give me any advice
What exactly is not working?
> I've read the howto and I managed to setup the LVS-NAT working with Linux
> the LVS-NAT is one NIC one Network
Ok. How's the routing on the director?
> here is
> realserver# route -n show
> Destination Gateway Flags
> default 10.0.0.230 UG
> 10.0.0.0 link#1 U
> 10.0.0.36 0:4:76:d:ad:9e UH
> 10.0.0.230 0:40:95:30:5:67 UH
> 10.0.0.254 0:10:e0:3:b9:c3 UH
> 127.0.0.0 127.0.0.1 UG
> 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 UH
> 10.0.0.230 is director IP as default gateway
The RS routing is not interesting since you're using LVS-NAT.
The only thing you need to take care of is that your RS follow:
DGW is the director. And that's what you have.
So, you need to tell me what exactly doesn't work. I'm not able
to read minds, yet :).
Forse è migliore d'abbonarsi lvs-users at LinuxVirtualServer.org,
affinché più gente può aiutarti. Ciao,
Roberto Nibali, ratz
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