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2 MX dns round robin for with same domain name for Exchange 2010

I have an Exchange 2010 server that is visible under 2 MX records mx.acme.com and mx1.acme.com with 2 different IP addreses from 2 different network providers. They both report as mx.acme.com when ...
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Best practice to connect to Citrix XenApp

What is best practice to connect to your Citrix XenApp servers? Putting the addresses of all servers in a client, or putting one dns entry with multiple a-records?
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Weighted round robins via TTL - possible?

I currently use DNS round robin for load balancing, which works great. The records look like this (I have a TTL of 120 seconds) ;; ANSWER SECTION: orion.2x.to. 116 IN A 80.237.201.41 orion....
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DNS Round Robin: Do browsers stick to one IP as long as it is online?

How do most browsers behave if they get multiple A-records from the DNS server? Do the stick to one IP as long as it is reachable (and only use another if the IP is down)? Or do they switch all the ...
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Can the DNRD master file contain multiple records for a name?

I am trying to get DNRD to serve certain records from the master file in a round robin manner. I have tried several combinations e.g.: 1.1.1.1 hostnameA 2.2.2.2 hostnameA 1.1.1.1 2.2.2.2 hostnameA ...
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Load balancing / Failover for multiple VPS's set across different datacenters

I know many variants of this question has been asked already, but I still can't find a good answer to my needs. What I want to do is setup a few (2 at minimum) VPS's to host my web apps on. I'd like ...
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Bonding Virtual Server with an Apache Proxy Gateway

I have two situations. Individually they work great, but together, the system will not resolve my websites. A general overview of my test environment: Proxmox VE server that has multiple VMs for ...
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DNS Round Robin only if one goes down?

I've got two servers, equal capabilities in terms of processing power and load. What I am trying to accomplish is this: (I already own and run DNS servers so this shoudln't be a problem). Server A ...
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DDoS Mitigation with round robin DNS? [duplicate]

Alright, so my friend and I are setting up a new website. We expect heavy DDoS attacks, so our plan is to use nginx to proxy from various cloud servers so that people can't find our actual server's IP....
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Looking for a loadbalancer [closed]

I am looking for an open source loadbalancer for linux. My requirements are simple. I want One load balancer infront of multiple webservers. It should be able to split the load evenly among the ...
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Load Balancing Best Practices for Persistence

We run a web application serving up web APIs for an increasing number of clients. To start, the clients were generally home, office, or other wireless networks submitting chunked http uploads to our ...
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Does my BIND zone really provide redundancy and load balancing?

We have the following IP addresses (for example): 1.1.1.1 2.2.2.2 Each hosts the same website, but on a different server. We want to do some really simple load balancing by having web users visit a ...