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Old 2nd May 2012, 19:52
rafaelmagalhaes rafaelmagalhaes is offline
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Unhappy Lvs

friends,

I installed with the Piranha LVS. I did the setup and everything worked out ... or almost everything!

I have a problem that I am not able to solve.

I have the following environment:

A LVS server that makes (or should do) to load balance between 2 servers Exchange client. Thus, LVS is balanciamento on ports 25, 587, 443, 80.

However, when accessing the IP of LVS via browser, I found that it is not redirecting to the server, but accessing the LVS server itself.

What could be wrong?

Thank you,
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