Is there any way to map one nat address to multiple addresses
Basically what I want to do is on one side of the router have a lan that has 2 dns servers that both get nat translated to the same address on the outside so that i could load balance between the two dns servers using the same address. Just wondering if this is possible.
Re: Is there any way to map one nat address to multiple addresse
It wont be predictable or scalable to try this via networking. Rather, set up the load balancing via the DNS service itself. Bind has a plethora of load balancing options, and will be much more reliable.
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