[CentOS] Apache/Cluster issue -- Single public IP address

James Hogarth james.hogarth at gmail.com
Fri Jan 8 17:04:16 UTC 2010

Yes that's why it depends on his ISP and network layout....

Ideally he'd have his firewall allowing http in to his public IP (with
appropriate routing) and the floating IP actually be a private IP in the
internal address space that floats between two systems with private IPs in
the relevant network scope...

2010/1/8 Neil Aggarwal <neil at jammconsulting.com>

> > Is this the end of the road, for installing apache as a
> > service with ONE public IP
> > address??
> If I understand clustered services, you have only one
> public IP address for the cluster, but that IP address needs
> to be a virtual IP which can be point to one or more machines
> on private IP adresses.
> We have had good success creating HA services using
> mysql master-master replication.
>        Neil
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