RE: decent loadbalancing with 2 different ISP's with minimum risk s

From: Kiran Maraju (kiran_at_isac.ernet.in)
Date: 05/09/04

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    Date: Sun,  9 May 2004 12:18:50 +0530
    To: Peter Mueller <pmueller@sidestep.com>
    
    

    hi ppl,

       iproute2, is only for linux. is there any solution for AIX to perform
    loadbalancing with 2 different ISP's. i want to use the same functionality on
    AIX. how to achieve that?

    Thanx & Regards,

    kiran
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    Quoting Peter Mueller <pmueller@sidestep.com>:

    > > This is a very neat example! And I was currently looking for such a
    > > solution, since I have 2 isp but now im only using one of them. Now I
    > > will try to implement that! I was searching for this solution since I
    > > had a service failiure and I cannot aford such failiure again!
    >
    > For all of you that are going to be doing this iproute2 setup, it is
    > important to read that footnote at the bottom!!
    >
    > " Furthermore, if you really want to do this, you probably also want to
    > look
    > at Julian Anastasov's patches at http://www.ssi.bg/~ja/#routes , Julian's
    > route patch page. They will make things nicer to work with."
    >
    > Without that kernel patch it's not a solution that will fix itself
    > automagically! So patch your kernel with Julian's code and forget your
    > worries :)
    >
    > > Kevin Barr wrote:
    > >
    > > >Iproute2 sounds like the way to go. Here is a good tutorial
    > > on setting
    > > >up a linux router for 2 ISPs:
    > > >http://lartc.org/howto/lartc.rpdb.multiple-links.html#AEN258
    > > >
    > > >Kevin
    >
    > Cheers,
    >
    > P
    >
    >


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