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Old 12-19-2008, 11:00 AM   #1
marche
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Round Robin with Squid


hi guys,
currently i am using squid as a proxy server with load balancing between 2 ISP using iproute2. I using the ip rule to set different users group on different ISP.
However I am wondering if its possible to direct users to the 2 ISP in a dynamic manner like a round robin. And if one ISP failed, the user will be automatically directed to the other ISP transparently.
I am pretty new to linux and think its a good idea to be implemented

appreciate any advise on above : )
 
  


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