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Practical Anycast

I've read How can I send visitors to the closest server using DNS? post, but there's still some thing, on a practical level that I don't understand. Say I have two servers. One in NY another in ...
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IP Level Failover for Web Servers With BGP (Am I Insane?)

I've considered using Round-robin DNS failover, but due to various levels of DNS caching, you run the risk of old records pointing to a down site. If I own my own address space and AS number, in data ...
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DNS Round-robin failover and load balancing

Having read all of the questions and answers (1 2 3 and so on) on here relating to DNS load balancing, and Round-robin DNS, there's still a number of unanswered questions.. Large companies, and I'm ...
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Third party failover load balancing

Are there any third-party companies that provide a single IP address which is load-balanced over two IP addresses owned by the end customer? We are based in the UK. I need to provide a solution to my ...