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Old 09-26-2005, 04:49 AM   #1
sanjeevkumark
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dual bandwidth management in squid


Hi,
Somebody help out with my doubt

I'm am trying to configure squid to use a backup bandwidth in case my primary bandwith fails. Here is my scenario

I have a P4 System/512 MB RAM/80 GB Hdd running Enterprise Linux 4 with Squid Cache: Version 2.5.STABLE6

I have dual ethernet cards eth0:connected to LAN(network 192.168.100.0) and eth1: (network:192.168.1.0)connected to the internet thru a broadband router. I have another Proxy server(network 10.0.0.6) in my organisation which i'm trying to use as a backup path in case my broadband connection fails. provision for an additional ethernet card is available.

Kindly provide with any configuration suggessions

Thanks in advance
 
Old 09-29-2005, 02:15 PM   #2
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Re: dual bandwidth management in squid

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Originally posted by sanjeevkumark
Hi,
Somebody help out with my doubt

I'm am trying to configure squid to use a backup bandwidth in case my primary bandwith fails. Here is my scenario

I have a P4 System/512 MB RAM/80 GB Hdd running Enterprise Linux 4 with Squid Cache: Version 2.5.STABLE6

I have dual ethernet cards eth0:connected to LAN(network 192.168.100.0) and eth1: (network:192.168.1.0)connected to the internet thru a broadband router. I have another Proxy server(network 10.0.0.6) in my organisation which i'm trying to use as a backup path in case my broadband connection fails. provision for an additional ethernet card is available.

Kindly provide with any configuration suggessions

Thanks in advance
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