david at davidcoulson
Jul 18, 2012, 5:19 AM
Post #2 of 2
On 7/18/12 7:58 AM, Jean-Baptiste Molle wrote:
> Should I buy an IP address to my ISP and assign this address as VIP?
Depends on your environment. If that is where you get public IPs from,
> Let say that VIP is associated to www.example.com. When a client types www.example.com in his browser, he will go directly to my VIP (provided by the ISP).
> How does the system knows it has to redirect the request to the LVS Director?
LVS hooks into netfilter - If you have a matching LVS service, it will
be handled by LVS.
> Does the LVS Director IP has to be on the same subnet as the VIP?
No, however the VIP much be reachable from whatever network your clients
are coming from.
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