The only module I can find is: (which I loaded by hand) nf_tproxy_core 36608 0 [permanent]
The tproxy patch doesn't seem to create a module?
The error I get now that I'm running as root is:
503 Service Unavailable
No server is available to handle this request.
If I remove the
source 0.0.0.0 usesrc clientip
line from the config it works fine.
Also do I need to modify sysctrl so that bind_non_local is allowed? I tried but it didn't help.
Alberto Giménez wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 24, 2008 at 2:57 PM, lists <lists#loadbalancer.org> wrote:
>> This may be a double post but I don't think the first one got through.
>> Any help appreciated:
>> I've compiled ctproxy into a 2.6.25 kernel and enabled the options in make
>> Also patched netfilter (but do I even need to do this?)
> Hi, "lists",
> I'm using cttproxy (v2) and you need to insmod the proper kernel
> module (tproxy.ko if using cttproxy, I guess it has the same name on
> tproxy). Check your distro's documentation on how to automate it at
> boot time.
> Best regards,
Received on 2008/07/02 14:22
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