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Are sequences for binding in config relevant for roundrobin

Hello,

We have a LDIR 416, 4 Webserver (s1 to s4) and want to use roundrobin.

Is it relevantly which server is defined first in binding command in config.

See config fragments below.

Thanks Ruedi

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url s1 http://www1.skandiabank.ch/%p 302

url s2 http://www2.skandiabank.ch/%p 302

url s3 http://www3.skandiabank.ch/%p 302

url s4 http://www4.skandiabank.ch/%p 302

replicate interface 2

name 172.25.18.3 websvr2

name 172.25.18.4 websvr3

name 172.25.18.5 websvr4

name 172.25.18.2 websvr1

bind 193.192.249.36:100:0:tcp 172.25.18.3:7001:0:tcp

bind 193.192.249.36:99:0:tcp 172.25.18.2:7001:0:tcp

bind 193.192.249.36:80:0:tcp s3

bind 193.192.249.36:80:0:tcp s2

bind 193.192.249.36:80:0:tcp s1

bind 193.192.249.36:80:0:tcp s4

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Re: Are sequences for binding in config relevant for roundrobin

I don't think there's any rule like that, use the virtual and real commands to define the virtual server and real server addresses before using the bind command. Use the bind command to direct network traffic from a virtual server to a real server.

for more Detail check out the following URL

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/customer/products/sw/iworksw/ps2769/products_maintenance_guide_chapter09186a008007d9f8.html

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