Linux Virtual Server Setup

Hi,
 I want to setup a Linux Virtual Server (LVS) using the Network Address Translation (LVS-NAT) in SuSE 9.1. Plz elaborate on how to set it up. A step by step description will be highly appreciated. Do i have to have Piranha Configuration tool in order to setup the server or any other tool will do?
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wesly_chenCommented:
Hi,

   The How-to has the step-by-step instruction, very clear, you might want to check them first:
http://lvs.tale.net/Joseph.Mack/HOWTO/LVS-HOWTO-12.html
http://www.ssi.bg/~ja/LVS.txt

Regards,

Wesly
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X4nd3rAuthor Commented:
Thanx sir,
 Actually i am a student and i may have a few doubts.I will check up the sites metioned by you and contact u here in case of any doubts.then i will declare this to be the answer which may award you the points.
  Thanx again
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