On Thu, Nov 08, 2001 at 09:32:16AM -0600, Scott Wunsch mentioned:
> Well, netfilter can handle outbound NAT on multiple IP addresses just fine.
> And if you assign multiple IP addresses to your load balancer, you could
> put *those* IP addresses in a load balancer, and wind up with a much wider
> range of port numbers to play with.
Yeah, but on a load balancer, ipvs places the packet in the post routing
chain, rather than letting netfilter placing it in the output chain as per
You can do *some* operations on said packet in the post routing chain,
but as far as I know, the netfilter BALANCE module doesn't work on the
post routing chain.
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