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Discuss Digest, Vol 14, Issue 5

I haven't used a Cisco router, per se' but we used a Cisco Local 
Director a while back when I was at FAST. After that, we used an Alteon 
system at another job. Last thing I used was Linux Virtual Server. 

I think the web server load balancing is pretty pedestrian these days 
and a couple fairly modern Linux boxes running LVS will do almost 
everything you could want at that level. I doubt anything would beat 
them on a gigabit switch.

Date: Thu, 4 Dec 2008 14:54:01 -0800 (PST)
> From: Dave Peters <gameslover987-/E1597aS9LQAvxtiuMwx3w at>
> Subject: Other questions - Cisco switch for load balancing
> To: discuss-mNDKBlG2WHs at
> Message-ID: <774474.55422.qm-kXW2xME62oivuULXzWHTWIglqE1Y4D90QQ4Iyu8u01E at>
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> Hi all,
> Other questions about cisco router for load balancing. I am looking for the options for load balancing for the web server. If anyone has any experience using cisco switch for load balancing. I don't know it is good or not.
> Thanks.
> Dave

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