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From "[triplepack] info (" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] How to set up a NAT Bounce Back in Apache?
Date Tue, 04 Jan 2011 19:39:24 GMT
i think the problem mentioned here is a "asymmetrical routing issue" you 
have with IP load balancer, where a Apache behaves differently it acts 
like a proxy with the additional feature of balancing the load and not 
doing a IP balancing like a BigIP

so this shouldn't be an issue with an Apache

regards Aaron

Am 04.01.2011 20:18, schrieb Mike Alba:
> Hi Eric,
>   I am trying to setup load balancing for Oracle Portal using Generic 
> Apache and the documentation tells me
> "Configure the LBR to perform Network Address Translation (NAT) bounce 
> back for loopback requests coming from the PPE running on 
> ||. This ensures that when the PPE makes a loopback request 
> to OracleAS Web Cache, there are no errors.
> NAT bounce back is set up differently on individual LBRs. Consult your 
> LBR's configuration guide on how to set this up. "
> In the past I have done this with F5 BigIP. So I guess I just need to 
> create a VIP and a pool or range of addresses in the virtual host config?
> Thanks for your input!
> --- On *Tue, 1/4/11, Eric Covener /<>/* wrote:
>     From: Eric Covener <>
>     Subject: Re: [users@httpd] How to set up a NAT Bounce Back in Apache?
>     To:
>     Date: Tuesday, January 4, 2011, 11:10 AM
>     >   I am trying to find an example of how to setup a NAT Bounce
>     Back in Apache.
>     > Can anyone point in the direction of an example or some
>     documentation?
>     In Apache, you can just list any number of addresses in each
>     <VirtualHost> and any number of ServerAlias'es for name-based vhosts,
>     so no magic is required to access them from the internal network.
>     Can you describe the problem more directly?
>     --
>     Eric Covener
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