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Old 5th April 2007, 19:39
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Default Round Robin Load Balancing

Can anyone tell me about Round Robin load balancing?
Can anyone refer me a site ?
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Old 6th April 2007, 14:27
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Round Robin
is like this
lets say i got a domain called " zcworld.au"
i got 3 download servers each
download.zcworld.au : 10.10.2.1
download.zcworld.au : 221.2.32.123
download.zcworld.au : 10.10.2.5

if thats the Round Robin type of thing you meaning
when you look up the download.zcworld.au
its picks on of the server out of the list and gives you the IP to connect to
so there is not 10,000 people trying to access one box and crash it


( i hope thats helps you out a bit ) heads up if not ....
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