At 17:13 02/02/2001 +0000, David Murphy wrote:
>Quoting <220.127.116.11.0.20010202162755.032cc958 at 18.104.22.168>
>by Thomas Bridge <tbridge at vianetworks.ie>:
>> > >Also the Cisco Content Service Switches - *very* nice.
>> > Those the Arrowpoint things?
>> > If so, they look tasty, but the problem is they only do web.
>>They do firewall load balancing as well, but yeah, for generic L4
>switching there are cheaper options.
WE had a presentation from the Cisco/Arrowpoint people a few months back -
from what they said, you couldn't use them to simply redirect TCP traffic
(eg switch SMTP connections over multiple servers).
When pressed on this they said that if thats what we wanted to do we needed
to use a different product from the Cisco range.
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