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Using CSS to load balance Microsoft PPTP

I want to load balance incomming microsoft PPTP clients between two server. Do I just need to set load balancing based on port 1723. Has anyone done this before and if you have could you send me your config.

Thanks

Bane

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Re: Using CSS to load balance Microsoft PPTP

IOS SLB enables you to telnet to the load-balancing device using an alternate IP address. To do so, use either of the following methods: Use any of the interface addresses to telnet to the load-balancing device. Define a secondary IP address to telnet to the load-balancing device.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios121/121newft/121limit/121e/121e5/iosslb5e.htm#1214879

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Re: Using CSS to load balance Microsoft PPTP

You must have the wrong posting. Because the issue I have is load balancing PPTP sessions. Not telneting to the device.

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Re: Using CSS to load balance Microsoft PPTP

i would suggest that you do need to ensure that you loadbalance on all required ports, also implement Sticky as you would break the tunnel if swapping.

I haven't done it personally but see no reason why it shouldn;t work in the above scenerio.

Cheers

Scott

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