[lvs-users] forwarding all ports from VIP to Real Server?
mark at jumpingbean.co.za
Mon Feb 2 21:09:03 GMT 2015
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I found out the problem. Its the check done via pulse/nanny to
determine if the real server is still alive. Once I replace the http
check with a custom script it all worked.
On 02/02/2015 20:01, Mark Clarke wrote:
> On 02/02/2015 19:54, Ferenc Wagner wrote:
>> Mark Clarke <mark at jumpingbean.co.za> writes:
>>> I understand that setting port = 0 on the virtual server setup
>>> and leaving port= out of the real server would result in all
>>> packets to the VIP being forwarded to the real server?
>>> I am using NAT over GRE tunnels as I can't get the tunneling
>>> option to work at all. If I listen on the tunnel I get no
>>> packets being forwarded by the director. If I specify a port in
>>> the virtual server like "port = 80" then everything works.
>> I never tried it, but from man ipvsadm:
>> A Port of zero is only valid if the service is persistent as the
>> -p|--persistent option, in which case it is a wild-card port,
>> that is connections will be accepted to any port.
>> Are you OK in that regard?
> Thanks for the reply. Yes, I have persistence setup.
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