Simple failover for 2 webservers using layer 3 cisco switch
I have 2 webservers serving the exact same content and want to provide failover. Both webservers are connected to catalyst L3 switches and I was thinking of using some combination of STP and etherchannels to accomplish this.
Currently we have a software solution which isn't working very well and one of my CCNA friends suggested I try this.
I'm VERY new to Cisco equipment so if any of you could give me a hint on where to go or if I'm doing it wrong that would help a lot.
Load balancing would be a plus but if not we'll stick with Round Robin with a short TTL
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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