First off, thanks for the many insightful comments and answers that can be found on this forum.
I am using a Cisco ACE for load-balancing my website, the current configuration looks something like this:
probe tcp PROBE_TCP port 80 interval 5
rserver host ns123 ip address 172.16.0.50 conn-limit max 50000 min 40000 inservice rserver host ns124 ip address 172.16.0.40 conn-limit max 50000 min 40000 inservice rserver host ns125 ip address 172.16.0.30 conn-limit max 50000 min 40000 inservice
Now, I'd like to introduce another device into this scenario (a varnish cache server) - and if the varnish cache server (let's call this vc130) is up and running, it should send all traffic to this server - if the varnish cache server is down, on not replying on port 80 - it should fall back to this current scenario.
Is this at all possible with the Cisco ACE? If so, can someone point into the right direction in setting this up?
system image file: [LCP] disk0:c6ace-t1k9-mz.A5_2_2.bin
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