Melvin Backus wrote:
> Sounds like precisely one of the reasons clustering would be used.
> The cluster has 1 IP address and handles all the other stuff for you.
> Not quite the answer you're looking for I suspect, but a possible
> solution depending on your environment.
Right, instead of asking the firewall to do it, it would be better and probably easier as well to
have the OS do it, since some sort of clustering/load balancing is probably already built in.
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