[lvs-users] Multiple domains with SSL inside a 2 machine cluster

Joseph Mack NA3T jmack at wm7d.net
Tue Aug 7 12:45:37 BST 2007


On Tue, 7 Aug 2007, Graeme Fowler wrote:

> There's an alternative, much tidier approach for NAT which only requires
> one IP per machine - use multiple TCP ports instead of multiple
> addresses. You can have vhost1 bound to port 443, vhost2 to port 444 and
> so on (obviously you need to choose this range carefully). You can then
> configure VIP1:443 to use RS1:444, RS2:444, RS3:444 and so on.

Hadn't thought of this. Let's see

o This solves the problem of purchasing 100's of public IPs

o does not change the number of lines for ipvsadm

o does not change the number of certificates (the number of 
hostnames x the number of realservers).

correct?

Joe

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