We are using Cisco ACE 4710 for load balancing the servers. The predictor used is 'least connections'.Have observed the below;The number of connections for a particular server in a serverfarm is 15 in the Cisco ACE.The actual number of users in that server is 6.All the users access using the VIP.Still i couldn't understand why there is difference in the number of users in the server and the load balancer statistics.
I am configuring a load balancer from cisco, a ACE 4710.Load blancing is completely new to me, and i am unexpereinced in this field. It has to be configured for a customer that want to load balance HTTP and RTSP traffic over 4 application servers (Back-end),I searched alot on google for possible solutions, and got RTSP in some way to work, but http wont work says my customer.
how to capture the incoming and outgoing packets on the balancer?The load balancer is connected in between the customer DCN and cisco switches 2960.The reason of capturing both incoming and outgoing packets on the balancer is to prove to our customer that there is no packet loss issue on the balancer, and it could be some issue on their DCN network.Since it is a production server, I will need to ensure that there is no impact to the incoming and outgoing traffic on the balancer and other networking equipments as well.
We have a CSS 11503 with the following partial config [code] it is clear that the server at 10.10.10.222 is active. What we cannot understand is why web site is inaccessible thru load balancer using http://10.10.10.1.
I have got Linksys RV082 in my home network to use it as load balancer between 2 providers.Is it possible to make some customisation in scenarioses and logging system? As I understand the device is based on some Linux core and Linux infracrtucture. So it must me available in sources... How I may get this kind of access? I want to get ssh/telnet or other raw access to installed on the device OS and manual control it, treat around web-UI. How may I do it?
trying to get my ducks in a row for replacing a Cisco 5510 and a Barracuda Link Balancer with a virtual pfSense appliance. This is partially due to eliminating support contract costs (nearly $3k annually between both appliance) and partially to utilize the redundancy and fault tolerance that our virtual environment can provide. I'm also implementing a colo site for replication/DR this year so doing a tunnel from site to site would make it a lot easier with like for like virtual appliance firewalls.
The VPN aspect. We are currently doing Cisco VPN with Radius auth on the back end, this is seamless to setup from an end user perspective as they just hit a URL, download/install the ANyConnect client, and log in with their credentials. Is there a comparable alternative in pfSense? I'm leaning toward IPsec but it still doesn't seem as seamless as what we currently have in the ASA.
If the load balancing is set to src-dst-ip, will a layer 2 switch forward based on that information? Particularly talking about a 6500, with trunk interfaces, since those packets never go to the layer 3 engine, will the load-balancing work as intended?
We have a cisco 1941 with line t1 Symmetric, (Also have Cisco 1841 unused, but works) I would like to connect the Cisco 1841 to four Adsl Backup lines in case the T1 or the Main cisco 1941 go down I know a BGP is needed on our ISP site,
How can i connect four Adsl lines to The cisco 1841 (Backup) and make them work in a Load Balancing way.
We have 7200 router on which two links from different ISPs are terminated. Right now one link is primary and the second one is redundant.Now we have procured our own IPs and plan to run BGP with both the service provider. Can we configure GLBP on the router so that both the links can be simultaneously used and when one goes down the other takes the full load.
Lately we have been comsidering an upgrade in our organization involving a 1921 router. The main role it will play is a load balancer/failover between 2 connections from 2 different ISPs. what additions are required to be added to this piece of equipment to make the configuration work. Im researching the matter now and it seems an extra card whould be purchased in addition to the router. Also, i cant seem to find much information on the available licenses to go with the router. will i need a special license to utilize the balancer/failover feature? (ip base, data, SEC).
I have 2 nexus 7000's each currently running HSRP, All the SVI's are in 2 HSRP groups, my question is how many SVI's can be asocaited with 1 GLBP group? Does the Group have to be different for each VLAN? How many GLBP groups can be configured on the Nexus?
Which is the best way of creating GRE Tunnels on a GLBP enabled router? I actually have two 3845 with GLBP configured as our gateway routers, and need to create gre tunnels to branches.The plan is to use the GLBP virtual IP as the Tunnel Source address and the branch WAN interface as the tunnel Destination address, how do i handle the Tunnel IP address? Do i create the same Tunnel on both gateway routers and have a glbp virtual IP address for the Tunnel Interface as well?
So I have 2 routers (cisco 3640) that each go to their own ISP and then back to the same switch. I have setup ospf and glbp, and now have pretty good redundancy. If either internet connection or routers go down everything is still golden.
So I was thinking that if an interface went down then the router would not be load balanced with glbp which got me thinking whats the best way to get interface redundancy (and I was going to add a 2nd switch with the second interface).
1) Setup BVI on the 2 interfaces. 2) Setup a 2nd interfaces (on each router), I would have to split the subnet, for instance: [code]then the machines could be on the subnet 192.168.0. 0/23 and setup glbp for 1 ip across all 4 interfaces (I'm not even sure if you can do this but think it would work). 3) Is there a way to utilize etherchannel or anything like this
A negative to option 2 would be that if 1 of the interfaces went down, all the sudden 2/3 (or so) of your traffic would be going through 1 router.
I have a DIR-655 B1 router. The firmware is 2.00 NA. Just to clarify, the DSi itself does work with WPA, but the games only work with WEP. I made a guest account and set it to WEP and it still does not work. I have tried making the main connection WEP as well, but when I go on the game and try it, it says it is WPA and not WEP. My friend has a DIR-655 as well, but the hardware and firmware version are different. Her games work flawlessly.
I have two routers at our core data center, a 3845 and a 3640. These are configured with GLBP. There are 4 remote sites:
Site #1: One T1 link to the 3825 Site #2: One T1 link to the 3825, and One T1 link to the 3640 Site #3: One T1 link to the 3825, and One T1 link to the 3640 Site #4: One fractional T1 link to the 3825, and One T1 link to the 3640.
My question regards site #4. If i understand correctly, GLBP works on the premise of "host" balancing, and not true "load" balancing. The reason I ask is that the large majority of our WAN traffic is from our Exchange server to our remote sites. In the case of site #4, our exchange server is sending traffic on the fractional T1. Is there any way with GLBP to either split this traffic from a particular host across two links in a round-robin fashion, but leave other hosts to travel wherever the router sends them, or, to force at least our exchange server to use the full T1, rather than the fractional?
I've read up on the weighting mechanism, and it appears that tracking an interface has nothing to do with bandwidth use. If I understand correctly, if I were to track the Site #4 PPP to the 3640, and give a weight of 10 to glbp on there, it would really only take affect if the interface is down. It will have nothing to do with host AVF election.For the record, exchange traffic is constant to this site, so there is no chance for the host connection to reset and potentially elect to use the larger pipe. I would like to "tweak" this to make better use of available bandwidth.
My OS is Windows 7 SP1 32 bit, I also have Vista on the same Laptop (Duel Boot) with D-Link DWA-140 installed.Was installed on the same day and worked with no problem.Installed D-link DWA-140 on my laptop running Windows7 SP1, no problem with the installation.Clicked on the D-Link icon, up came D-link Wireless Connection Manager this was empty, clicked on new and entered my wireless network, clicked on activate, nothing happened.Went to Network and Sharing Center, On the left clicked on change adapter settings, my D-link Connection is showing Disabled, right click, then on Enable, changed to enabling, then enabled, D-link still Disabled.I have the message, Wireless adapter not found, Please insert the adapter now.I went to Device Manager then Network adapters the D-Link adapter is showing and there is No yellow triangle showing, right clicked, This device is working properly.
i can't access to the router interface page at 192.168.0.1 and not from ddns account. but the internet connection working good, and i'm downloading a lot of torrents in background. i just want to check something on the router and can't access to it, until i disconnect from the power adapter and restart it. maybe he's overloaded or something? how to solve this issue?
I stuck with a DIR-655 so I don't have to re-program all my custom settings.HOWEVER, I am attempting to load the settings file I saved from my A3 into my new B1 and it doesn't work. It says "The restored configuration file has been uploaded in failure". "Press the button below to continue configuring the router".
One thing I noticed about this router compared to others is the operating temp.It's very "cool" compared to others I've had, especially Linksys. I have a Linksys E2000 that gets very warm, almost worrisomely so.