[lvs-users] help with lvs-tun

Malte Geierhos malte at snapscouts.de
Wed Jun 3 16:31:18 BST 2009


you must make sure to have the VIP on each of your RealServers assigned
to a tunl0 device. (You only need one VIP )
See http://www.linuxvirtualserver.org/VS-IPTunneling.html at the very 
End of the Page the Kernel 2.2 example
applies as well to newer Kernels.
Be sure to have read about the ARP Problem.
And be sure that your Upstream Provider allows outgoing packets with a 
different source-ip then that of your RealServer.

kind regards,
Malte Geeirhos
> Hello,
> I been trying to make a server cluster with dedicated servers each with
> their own public ip address to the internet.
> I was wondering if this is possible to do since each server has its own
> public ip.
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