Hello, can you allow the following netflows in order to test the scalebase load balancing software: from: 10.8.33.34 10.8.33.35 10.8.33.36 10.8.33.37 10.8.33.38 10.8.33.39 10.8.33.40 to: 10.8.70.247 port 9000 and 10.8.70.248 port 9000
there's a scalarac policy open, should we just tack on 10.8.70.24 to that policy? Policy: scalarc-mysql, State: enabled, Index: 68, Scope Policy: 0, Sequence number: 19 Source addresses: node251, node252, node253, node254, node255, node256, support-celery1.dev, support-celery1.stage, node282, node283, node284, node285, node286, node287, node288 Destination addresses: scalarc, rw-dblb1 Applications: mysql Action: permit
Assignee: network-operations → cransom
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
Casey, This is for scalebase, which is a different product. We're doing a POC for both at the same time (which we didn't plan on doing before), so if it makes sense you can combine them as sort of the "scaling PoC" stuff. But they're very different and when we ask to close the netflows we will likely be closing them at different times. So whatever works for you, given all that info.
flow opened: [email@example.com ~]# telnet 10.8.70.247 3306 Trying 10.8.70.247... telnet: connect to address 10.8.70.247: Connection refused
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 7 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
oh hey. 3306 is definitely much different than 9000. Connection to 10.8.70.247 9000 port [tcp/cslistener] succeeded!
and just like that it works! Thanx!
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Product: mozilla.org → Infrastructure & Operations
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