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I am in the process of changing from rules based dns to zone based dns. I had used the document below to provide redundancy between 2 sites.
The is an acl in the document which says
"If the primary site is up, then this ACL will tell requests landing on this site to prefer the Primary site.
clause 10 permit any any destination content owner_backup/WWW-backup prefer hacked_redirectt
clause 99 permit any any destination any
Once I implemented a dns-server zone, this acl no longer has an effect. The requests are round robbining unless I set the dns-server zone to preferlocal. Unfortunately this does not solve my problem, if the main site is up both css's should prefer the main site.
How is this same thing accomplished with zone based dns, or is it even possible? Thanks.