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Old 06-06-2008, 02:53 PM   #1
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Load balancing

I am currently running systems with windows 2000 server, web server 2008, and centos 5. I'm using IIS on the windows system and i'm using UltraMonkey on centos 5 which i've built from source (since the rpm's are only updated through centos 3). I've got all the windows load balancing but the server 2000 and centos 5 can't seem to connect. I've installed and configured my loopback adapters, NICs, and ethernet connections. what can i do to connect windows 2000 server and centos 5 in a load balancing perspective?

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Old 06-06-2008, 03:24 PM   #2
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Well if UltraMonkey is well configured (Have a look here)

then all it does is forward packets from the outside to both web servers (I assume there are 2). What you should do from your Centos 5 machine which has UM installed is

>telnet <web server ip> 80

that will tell you if your web server is actually started and listening.

Hope this helps.


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