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Old 10th April 2007, 16:46
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Originally Posted by pajatzo
what’s from stopping the network traffic to get to them directly?
Nothing, the nodes can still answer on their own IP addresses.

Originally Posted by pajatzo
Is the apache nodes supposed to sit on a private network behind the load balancers?
Not necessarily. But it will be more difficult to configure a virtual IP address with public IP addresses, whereas you can do whatever you want with private IP addresses.

Originally Posted by pajatzo
Do I need two NICs in the load balancers?
If you load balancers should have a public and private IP address at the same time, then yes.
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