Hi Hidehiko, We are implementing an in-kernel Load Balancer which will support DSR mode (amongst other things). The details and project page should go up on OpenSolaris soon. You can use this to front a bunch of servers (both real and virtual).
Alternatively, you can build a virtual network in a box which can again do DSR between other virtual machines on the same box. You can see similar examples at http://blogs.sun.com/sunay/entry/network_in_a_box_creating Cheers, Sunay Hidehiko Jono wrote: > Hi, > > IHAC who want to use DSR(Direct Server Return) mode with Shared-IP > zones like following URL. > (http://www.inlab.de/balanceng/example3.html) > > CU told me DSR is very common technology in Linux world. > > I wonder Explicit-IP zones make this config running. > But, Explicit-IP zones make no sense so that CU want to make about 20 > zones on each server. > > Would you please let me know how to build DSR mode with Shared-IP zones? > > Regards, > Hidehiko -- Sunay Tripathi Distinguished Engineer Solaris Core Operating System Sun MicroSystems Inc. Solaris Networking: http://www.opensolaris.org/os/community/networking Project Crossbow: http://www.opensolaris.org/os/project/crossbow _______________________________________________ zones-discuss mailing list email@example.com