[lvs-users] LVS piranha question 2private NIC cards to avoid single point of failure

Michael Schwartzkopff misch at multinet.de
Fri Jan 1 09:26:56 GMT 2010


Am Donnerstag, 31. Dezember 2009 01:50:24 schrieb martin hubert:
> I am trying to replace a old lvs setup that was running ultra monkey
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> We have two LVS1 & LVS2
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> Both with 3 NIC 1 public 2 private
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> I have source based routing running on the real servers so that works well
> - but I can't figure out how to get piranha to accept 2 Virtual NAT IP
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> Public
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> eth2  a.b.c.d
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> [LVS1]
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> NAT*
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> Eth0:1 192.168.101.1
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> Eth1:1 192.168.102.1
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> In case of a fail over I would like both NAT IP addresses to float over to
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> Eth0:1 192.168.101.1
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> Eth1:1 192.168.102.1
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> Any ideas?
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> I could probably try to migrate to direct routing but like the fact that
> the real servers have NO physical connection to the Internet.
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> The other compromise idea would be to have 192.168.102.1 statically sit on
> the LVS1 and no 102-subnet on LVS2  in case of a failover there would then
> be traffic on the 192.168.102 subnet
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> Still not quite what I want so.
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> Thx in advance and happy new year
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Perhaps you try using bonding interfaces. That would make the setup much 
easier.

Michael Schwartzkopff




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