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May
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comment Per-packet round-robin load balancing for UDP
turns out, there is
May
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accepted Per-packet round-robin load balancing for UDP
May
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answered Per-packet round-robin load balancing for UDP
May
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asked One packet scheduling in LVS and source address of outgoing packets
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
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comment Per-packet round-robin load balancing for UDP
I will definitely keep this approach in mind
Apr
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comment Per-packet round-robin load balancing for UDP
@Zabuzzman: well, I understand, but still, that's the requirement. If I could change it, I would've not be asking this question
Apr
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asked Per-packet round-robin load balancing for UDP
Apr
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accepted IP-based load balancing on external and internal interface
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asked Rsyslog: Difference between logging to a UNIX domain socket or an INET socket (UDP)
Apr
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comment IP-based load balancing on external and internal interface
Actually, your answer got me thinking, that I might not need to use LVS for load-balancing/ha on the private network. I can probably use 2 machines with haproxy and make them highly available using heartbeat or VRRP. Wish I could upvote you twice.
Apr
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comment IP-based load balancing on external and internal interface
While this is certainly a possible solution, it seems, that we will lose the ability to "guard the guardsmen", that is, HAProxy becomes the SPOF (in contrast to the VRRPd directors)