DNS & LoadBalancing

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HOWTO - Configure Round Robin and Load Balancing. This HOWTO assumes you want the DNS server to respond with different IP addresses (or change the order of a given set of addresses) in order to provide a simple load balancing solution.

HOWTO - Configure Round Robin and Load Balancing

You have a choice of solutions depending on what you want to do: Contents. Server Load Balancing Methods - WebsiteGear. Server Load Balancing Methods Published: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 Methods of load balancing There are various ways in which load balancing can be achieved.

Server Load Balancing Methods - WebsiteGear

Round Robin DNS Load Balancing - WebsiteGear. Round Robin DNS Load Balancing Published: Thursday, May 20, 2004 How DNS load balancing works When the request comes to the DNS server to resolve the domain name, it gives out one of the several canonical names in a rotated order.

Round Robin DNS Load Balancing - WebsiteGear

This redirects the request to one of the several servers in a server group. HOWTO - Configure Round Robin and Load Balancing. This HOWTO assumes you want the DNS server to respond with different IP addresses (or change the order of a given set of addresses) in order to provide a simple load balancing solution.

HOWTO - Configure Round Robin and Load Balancing

You have a choice of solutions depending on what you want to do: Contents Balancing Mail The normal method of handling mail fail-over is using the 'preference' value which is described in this note. DNS BIND Query Statements. This chapter describes all the statements available in BIND 9.x relating to or controlling queries.

DNS BIND Query Statements

Full list of named.conf statements. additional-from-auth, additional-from-cache additional-from-auth yes | no ; additional-from-cache yes | no ; additional-from-auth and additional-from-cache control the behaviour when zones have additional (out-of-zone) data or when following CNAME or DNAME records. These options are for used for configuring authoritative-only (non-caching) servers and are only effective if recursion no is specified in a global options clause or in a view clause.