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Re: Balancing NGINX reverse proxy

March 05, 2017 10:12PM
Hi,


On 03/03/17 03:40, polder_trash wrote:
> Hi,
>
>
> I already tried adding both IP addresses to the DNS. But this, rather
> predictably, only sent a handful of users to the secondary node.
>
This should not be the case ( well, for bind anyway ), as it should be
delivering them in a round robin fashion. Alternatively ( bind again )
you can set up a split horizon DNS to deliver as a function of source ip
address.

Maybe the TTL hadn't expired on existing lookups, or the client is doing
something strange?

Steve

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