I have 2 css11K's , they work brilliantly for my loadbalancing needs.. I have a couple of webserver "groups" which I "balance aca"
Now I would like to use them for something else:
each of the css'es are in different datacenters.
I would like to have two servers, one in each datacenter.
The webserver in datacenter2 as backup and one webserver in datacenter1 as primary.
If anything happens with the primary site I'd like the backup site to pick up.
The secondary site (datacenter2) has a /19, our primary site (datacenter1) is a /21 within the /19, I was lead to believe that if anything happens to the routers/uplink in our primary site all internet traffic would be automaticly directed to our seconday site (through BGP)
So I'd like to have the css in datacenter1 do a keepalive on the primary server if anything happens (serverdown, cable disconnection, broken switch, broken css, broken router etc) have the backup site become live...
How would I start configuring this? Is it even possible?
I hope I have explained enough for you to understand my questions, if not I'd happily give more info.
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