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RE: Server Redundancy
- From: Ejay Hire
- Date: Wed Aug 06 13:51:05 2003
It really depends on the application. I've seen a couple of boxes
(IIRC, the one that the client bought was from cisco) that do "sticky"
load balancing that associates the source address with the NAT
translation and does round-robin nat to several internal servers...
Come to think of it, most services depend on some sort of round-robin
NAT. Can you tell us a little more about your application?
From: Jason Greenberg [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, August 06, 2003 12:36 PM
Subject: Server Redundancy
Can I have some suggestions on how to load balance servers that are on
seperate IP blocks? Is there any way to perform translation at this
level? Exclude DNS based balancing please...
Jason Greenberg, CCIE #11021