Is anyone aware of the possibility to configure a slow start type feature,
or maybe limit the connections per second on a real server. For example,
when a server comes up we would like to limit the amount of connections sent
to it for a short period of time until things are balanced out to avoid
overloading. Or if we can limit the cps to curb DoS attacks, etc. Sort of
like slow start and synguard on the Local Director platform.
From: Lance Hardiman [mailto:lance.hardimanIZZATsun.com]
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2002 5:59 AM
Subject: Re: [load balancing] VIP/Real Address conflict
WebOS 6.0.65 is quite old but basic SLB should work fine. I suggest you
and confirm that the real serves (RIPs) have the correct netmasks and
addresses for your network.
I've only ever seen this error where the RIP and VIP addresses do actually
Is group1 aligned to VIP1?
Try removing the loopback config (not to sure what this is as it's not
Can't help with the WebOS download issue.
Henrique Duarte wrote:
> Hello all,
> would anyone be able to help me with this one issue I'm having configuring
> an Alteon 180e? (i'm a newbie)
> Currently, I have a project where I'm doing flat load balancing for a
> web-farm running win 2k servers. The Alteon is running:
> Software Version 6.0.65 (FLASH image2), active configuration
> I've configured the real servers (192.168.0.127 and 192.168.0.128) and
> groups, but when I try to configure the VIP and apply it I get the
> >>Virtual server 1- apply
> Error: Real server 1 has same IP address as virtual server 1.
> Error: Real server 1 has same IP address as real server 2.
> Error: Real server 2 has same IP address as virtual server 1.
> Error: Apply not done. Use "diff" to see pending changes,
> then use configuration menus to correct errors.
> My configuration is as follows:
> port 1: uplink to switch
> port 2: webserver01
> port 3: webserver02
> real1: 192.168.0.127
> real2: 192.168.0.128
> VIP1: 192.168.0.250
> group1: add 192.168.0.127, add 192.168.0.128
> real 1: configured it for loopback interface with VIP address
> I would also appreciate any tips on where to obtain a current copy of the
> software, since I haven't found anything except for nortel registered
> Thanks in advance,
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