Ward, Mike S
mward at SSFCU.org
Wed May 8 19:40:52 UTC 2013
Hello all, I was wondering if someone could me out.
I am using Bind 9.2 on a Redhat Linux server. We have two ISPS on separate networks Lets call them A and B. My Linux Server can listen on A's Network as well as B's network.
I'm using fictitious IPs and names
A 126.96.36.199 B 555.555.555.1 Secondary A 188.8.131.52
Redhat & Bind
Bind is listening on both IP addresses and we have a secondary server at 184.108.40.206
If A the ISP has a backbone router problem how can I get people trying to get to our web servers to use B's network? I have been think of different ways to do this, but have come up empty.
Our network is really simple I just want to be able to use diverse ISPS in case we lose one we still have the other. Can anyone help me out. Any help appreciated.
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