Large HTTP GET/POST timeout
ja at ssi.bg
Wed Jun 9 21:54:34 BST 2004
On Wed, 9 Jun 2004, Joseph Mack wrote:
> Julian Anastasov wrote:
> > It is ignored for IPVS traffic, IPVS has its own encapsulation
> > and uses the route to RIP. IIRC you do not need to configure tunl0
> > in director.
> So with regular ipip tunneling (not ipvs) you only need the tunl0 device
> on the receiving end? The only reason you need a tunl0 device on the transmitting
> end is to handle the packets that reply?
For regular ipip purposes tunl0 can be used both for send and
for receive. IPVS simply knows how to create ipip packets without using
the ipip code.
Julian Anastasov <ja at ssi.bg>
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