[lvs-users] LVS TUN wierd conf..bad arp reply form the same MAC on any IP?

partysoft partysoft at gmail.com
Thu Oct 29 23:39:35 GMT 2009

Isn't the NAT method lame, like it doesn't support as many connections ?

anyway i've moved the external ip to the LAN , in the same C class , and now
it works of course..
i will try this with other server in the future because i was very pressured
by time..

Thank you for the info i will investigate in this order, NAT then the TUN

One question OFF the topic....
I want to make a NFS between the 2 real servers, so when one HTTP stops
serving the other can..
as the files won't be the same on both servers, but both can serve that way
through NFS 

the question: When the HTTP service can't serve because ..too many
connections... will the NFS stop working as well? i mean they are 2 separate
daemons.. and HTTP will serve to the outside connections and NFS on LAN...
is there any other way to make hard drive syncro or sharing ?

Thank you

Bugzilla from graeme at graemef.net wrote:
> On Wed, 2009-10-28 at 21:01 -0600, Partica Cristian wrote:
>> so it isn't because of the arp and the router ? i thought that it had
>> something to do with it, but of course the TUN is supposed to work
>> regardless of the ARP, because the packages are encapsulates , and the
>> main
>> arp is ignored from the kernel params..right?
> Please take a step back and try NAT again. I'm quite sure, once you
> understand how it works, that it will fit your requirements exactly. TUN
> is far more complex and subject to a lot of other inputs which can stop
> it from working.
> Graeme
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