Joseph Mack NA3T
jmack at wm7d.net
Sun Aug 7 15:02:49 BST 2005
On Sat, 6 Aug 2005, Jacco van Koll wrote:
>> In your setup on the realservers
you're doing LVS-NAT (I think) so I got some of this wrong
>> all packets from RIP to the RIP network are routed locally.
>> tcp packets from RIP:ssh to 0/0:0 are routed to the 82.x.x.x machine
>> tcp and udp packets from RIP:dns to 0/0:0 are routed to the 82.x.x.x
>> tcp and udp packets from VIP:dns are routed to the DIP
there is no VIP on the realservers for LVS-NAT so you
need two sets of rules for DNS, one when you setup for DNS
to be LVS'ed, and one in regular mode
tcp and udp packets from RIP:dns to 0/0:0 are routed to
the the DIP
tcp and udp packets from RIP:dns are routed to the 82.x.x.x
>> tcp packets from VIP:http and VIP:https are routed to the DIP
this should be RIP:http and RIP:https
>> other packets are not routed (they can't go anywhere),
>> ie you do not have a default route.
backbone routers don't have default routes, so your
machine(s) shouldn't either.
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