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Re: Redirecting IP address



It's not to complex compared to high availability and clustering implementation between two virtualization node based on centos Linux and Ubuntu server host server with KVM.

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On 4 Mar, 2013, at 10:09 AM, "Lic. Domingo Varela Yahuitl" <dovay hotmail com> wrote:

> Try    usind round robin in dns  and iptables
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Manuel Fernando Aller <manuel aller gmail com>
> To: Robert Canary <rwcanary ocdirect net>, General Red Hat Linux discussion list <redhat-list redhat com>
> Sent: dom, 03 mar 2013 20:01
> Subject: Re: Redirecting IP address
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> Robert, this seems like it could be done with iptables or redirect.
> 
> Have you any machine in your old location? because you need some root power
> in it, to establish the new connections to the new address.
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> 2013/3/3 Robert Canary <rwcanary mchn39 ocdirect net>
> 
>> This is not redhat specific, but I was hoping someone would get me in the
>> right direction.
>> 
>> I have to relocate some servers to a 200 mile new location. These are
>> mail, website, and DNS servers.
>> 
>> Here is the question.
>> Can I tell the current gateway router to redirect IP traffice to a
>> different IP. Example: A request comes in from the WAN or LAN for
>> 234.12.34.23 ( a mail server), however my current gateway says "No, goto
>> 73.84.163.20", which is the new IP, and external to this network?
>> 
>> Can that be done?
>> 
>> 
>> Robert Canary
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