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Re: [K12OSN] OT: Routing issue



It turned out to be a load balancer config issue (despite hours of
protests to the contrary from the "expert")...

Tim

On 5/19/07, Timothy Legge <timlegge gmail com> wrote:
It is a CoyotePoint 350.  This is a test phase, unfortunately it is a
flat network...


On 5/19/07, "Terrell Prudé Jr." <microman cmosnetworks com> wrote:
>
>  It sounds like you're using the "direct routing" method vs. the "NAT
> routing" method.  There's nothing wrong with using the "direct routing"
> algorithm; that actually can reduce the load on the load balancer by quite a
> bit.  Just this week, I set up a load balancer as a proof-of-concept, using
> NAT routing.  On a Pentium 4  box running at 2.8GHz, I was able to push
> 320.3Mbps through the new CentOS 5's LVS, which consumed just under 70% CPU.
>  Granted, that's not a small amount of traffic, and it actually does serve
> our needs at work very well, but it would've been even larger had I used
> direct routing.
>
>  What kind of load balancer are you using?
>
>  --TP
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>  Timothy Legge wrote:
> Hi
>
>  I am trying to setup a load balancer to balance two apache servers.
>  The trouble is that the load balancer, client and apache servers are
>  on one (test).  The client contacts the load balance which goes to the
>  apache server but the apache server responds directly to the client.
>
>  I know it is a routing issue but I cannot seem to make Linux route all
>  local network trafic to the load balance.  Any ideas?
>
>  Tim
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