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Old 06-04-2002, 10:43 AM   #1
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Can my DNS box serve my site through cash to save bandwidth?


I'm running DNS Bind on a dedicated server and dedicated network.

I'm also running my website on a seperate dedicated server and dedicated network.

My website network is getting saturated causing my site to load slowly.

Is it possible to have my site stored in cache in my nameserver and have the nameserver serve the site?

If so how?

Old 06-04-2002, 10:58 AM   #2
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Tough Problem!

You can set up a load balancing server, or with iptables/IPchains NAT, I hear that you can make the network traffic go from the NAT box to the machine that is less busy.

I would read all you can about IPTables/Chains that you can, and also look at some of the QOS stuff that comes with Tables.

Please post your solution if you figure something out, because this is something that I might be able to use too.


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