On Fri, Jan 07, 2000 at 01:02:45PM -0000, Brady, Padraig wrote:
> Yep, Rotating DNS quite easy...
> (others will explain I'd say, so I won't).
>> Note you can also get a special device (Cisco redirector for e.g.)
> to do it. This is a lot more configurable and robust.
Foundry Networks make simliar do-dahs.
On a small scale though, I would consider the DNS to be more robust
that a single Cisco/Foundry device - one distributor against 2+ DNS
Round-robin DNS doesn't do such a good job at load spreading though.
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