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Old 8th July 2007, 00:54
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Default ISPConfig + load balancer

Hi

I know ISPconfig is mainly limited by the server hardware but my aim is to create a server cluster using a load balancer.

Im looking at using a commercial load balancer/traffic manger (possibly ZEUS ZXTM) to manage the traffic and the servers which will have ISPConfig installed.

The load balancer will sit in front of the servers, and theoretically manage the traffic going to multiple servers each with ISPConfig installed, all of which are acting as one and sharing information.

Id like to know if anyone has any experience with this type of setup, and what people see as potential problems.

This type of setup should allow us to add new servers when required enabling us to handle an unlimited number of client accounts... does any one have any advice or comments on this.

thanks


Dan
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