ldirectord with multiple networks

Joseph Mack NA3T jmack at wm7d.net
Wed Oct 11 21:01:05 BST 2006


On Wed, 11 Oct 2006, Hoffman, Jon wrote:

> Unfortunately the answer is no.
> Packets can't be SNAT'd after being LVS'd, in my limited understanding
> this is because LVS bypasses netfilter after it has grabbed the packets
> from the INPUT chain

It could be done. It's just that you can usually substitute 
the LVS-NAT director for the the realservers' router and we 
don't often have people who are so limited in what they can 
do with their machines.

Joe

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