I'm not sure if I'm posting in the correct area. We don't have a CSS yet, but I was asked this morning if it could do this:
Currently we run web pages over port 80 on two servers. These web pages depend on two other servers on the back end that run on port 81.
What they want to do is be able to monitor port 81 (Domino server), and if port 81 isn't available, move all traffic to the other server on port 80. So it looks like this:
If port 81 doesn't respond, then the port 80 associated to it won't work correctly. Is the CSS able to do this? If not, what other devices would you recommend?