Problems with IPVS

Roberto Nibali ratz at drugphish.ch
Wed Oct 18 08:08:46 BST 2006


>> Sorry, not on my end. Something ate them in between. Could you upload 
>> them somewhere zipped?
> 
>  http://sp.bi.lt/tcpdumps.zip

Yep, I got them. Funny, if you open them in konqueror, it tries to 
display the octets in the packets, resulting in a half-backed webpage 
:). Bloody konqueror is too smart!

>>>  We are trying to be smart :).
>>
>> I hope not too smart? :)
> 
>  On the edge. :)

Definitely, with the kernel versions you're using :).

>> I slowly get it. You have tried to load balance your WAP connections 
>> using LVS, but it did not work and you're now DNAT'ing your mobile 
>> phones to a single proxy?
> 
>  Yes. Just not single proxy. netmask 255.255.0.3 and I'm load balancing 
> to 4 proxies.

Have you considered iproute2 nat? We could get a similar functionality 
to LVS using stuff like:

ip route add nat 192.168.1.1 via 80.80.80.80
ip rule add nat 192.168.1.1 via 80.80.80.80

>>>> ipvsadm -L -n -c
>>>
>>>  I'm running everything using DNAT now. ipvs would be much better of 
>>> course. And even now there are 6000 lines of output (wap1 9200:9201 
>>> udp traffic is still going through ipvs).
>>
>> IPVS must work. I don't yet fully understand your setup. See my second 
>> email in this thread.
> 
>  As I already said few times. IPVS works for everything but SE phones.

Absolutely.

I'll look into this later today,
Roberto Nibali, ratz
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