Ultra Monkey: High Availability and Load Balancing Solution for Linux [Monkey]
English | Japanese
Top | About | Mirrors | History | Contacts
News Archive | Papers | Ultra Monkey L7 [offsite]

Ultra Monkey 3 : Download | Installation | Configuration || Linux Virtual Server | Linux-HA | Ldirectord


Configuration

High Availability: Network of Virtual Services

[Network Diagram]

This topology provides a highly available service with minimal hardware requirements. See the overview. for information on how this setup works.

The documentation that follows assumes that all nodes on the network are set up with correct interfaces and routes for each network they are connected to as per the diagram above. The default route for the real-servers is assumed to be the router, but may be an alternate route if available.

This example builds on the example of a high availability single virtual service and adds the ability to have RFC 1519 [offsite], CIDR networks of virtual addresses. The configuration steps for the single virtual service are required in addition to the configuration below.




Copyright © 2000-2005, Horms
Last Updated: Sat Mar 4 16:33:56 2006 +0900

Debian is a registered trademark of Software in the Public Interest, Inc.
Red Hat, the Red Hat Shadowman logo and Fedora are registered trademarks of Red Hat, Inc.
Red Hat may also be refered to as RedHat on this site.
Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.