NAT & failover

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  1. fuelectric

    fuelectric

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    Hi guys,

    My boss asked me the following:

    We have a critical server located in network A, if this server fails we need to redirect the traffic from clients to another server located in network B. (Clients still point to server located in network A)

    I had thought (for covering this contingency) to put the IP of server in a router interface (in network A too) as a secondary IP and do some kind of nat to get in any way to the server located in network B.

    Please, any idea to accomplish this? Thank you!
     
    fuelectric, Aug 29, 2011
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