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Old 08-19-2009, 03:43 AM   #1
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Post Network Load balancing + squid server with multiple uplink configuration

I want to know how to configure network load balancing in squid proxy server with multiple isp connection.I have two isp connection ,one is adsl and one is satellite connecton.Here are ip configuration of two isp connection

ADSL connection
ip is dynamic
Bandwith is 512 Kbps

ip is static
Bandwidth is 512 kbps

My network configuration is like that

one pc computer with open suse 11.1 and squid proxy
One ethernet card for ADSL connection
One ethernet card for Satellite connection
One ethernet card for local network

I want to load share this two Adsl and satellite connection so that if one connections fails, other connection will serve all the client for high availavility.

If every one know how to combine multiple uplink in squid proxy server.
ples kindly let me know how to configure.I will be waiting for all of your answer.I apologize for my poor english ,i am from myanmar.

with best regards
ntlinn from myanmar


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