Load balanced, failover internet connections
Lai Zit Seng
lzs at pobox.com
Sun May 22 15:35:13 UTC 2005
I see. I haven't come across any nicely packaged software that does
this... so far all that I've seen so far are a bunch of scripts... sorry.
I assume you've already Google'd and seen the most common stuffs :)
On Sat, 21 May 2005, Aaron O'Hara wrote:
> I'm referring to an environment where an office has 1 FC Firewall with 2
> different ISPs providing internet access. While both are up, utilize
> both (perhaps with a preference to one if there are different caps),
> when one goes down, use the one that's up.
> -- Aaron
> On Sun, 2005-22-05 at 09:28 +0800, Lai Zit Seng wrote:
>> Are you referring to having highly-available network access to your single
>> FC2/3 box?
>> I suppose in that case you should at least be looking at having at least
>> two network links to two different network switches in the same logical
>> network, and have both ports run together as a bridge.
>> Lai Zit Seng
>> On Sat, 21 May 2005, Aaron O'Hara wrote:
>>> What scripts/urls are you using to have load balanced, failover ready
>>> internet connections on single FC2/3 box?
>>> I've only seen a couple simple load balancing routing table howto's.
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