[lvs-users] SNAT with LVS
malcolm at loadbalancer.org
Mon Oct 28 20:49:45 GMT 2013
The SNAT support should work fine for all recent v3 kernels... or 2.6.36 (only).
However I would expect that most people use HAProxy for SNAT mode as
long as its not a huge number of concurrent connections 100K+.
We use LVS for DR or NAT and HAProxy for SNAT mode on Loadbalancer.org
appliances and have found it very fast and reliable.
Pretty sure Barracuda does the same as us and Kemp use LVS + a
proprietary software proxy they bought ages ago from an old German
load balancer vendor.
On 28 October 2013 19:29, Nick Calvert <nick.calvert at tagadab.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Doing some research to determine how SNAT might work with LVS and I find
> lots of old talk involving kernel patches. Is this something that is a bit
> more mainstream these days? Is anyone doing it with success? I'm not being
> lazy, but would anyone care to summarize the state-of-the-art for me?
> Thought this might be the best place.
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