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comment OpenVPN multiple servers on the same subnet, high availability
I don't suppose there's something exactly like this but for OpenVPN? This is what I am looking for.
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comment OpenVPN multiple servers on the same subnet, high availability
Added. It was indeed pretty easy although I'm not sure how good it ended up :)
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comment OpenVPN multiple servers on the same subnet, high availability
That is correct, between the office, phone and the cloud, they all communicate using VPN addresses (10.8.0.*), the clients communicate with these servers too. This would be a big problem to change without a good alternative.
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comment OpenVPN multiple servers on the same subnet, high availability
I edited my original question, your solution would have been viable if I am able to, somehow, preserve the addresses of the servers themselves. +1 for the good idea. Thanks!
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Apache benchmark is not restricted to local resources, it's meant to be a full performance measuring tool (including network latency, i/o, etc).
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comment Debian Lenny syslog kernel messages
It appears to be related. Thanks for the info.