Let's say we have two computers running our software. One of them is on IP1
and the other IP2. If the IP1 fails for hardware/software reason, IP2 should
be answering as if IP1 has never failed or with some low interval. Something
like NLB but with failover support as we will have full application-aware
In my opinion, this could be made with DNS or with DHCP IP change from IP2
to IP1 of the machine who use to have IP2.
Francois and I wonder what else methods people on the list might suggest(?)
On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 5:09 PM, Francois Piette <
> Hello again,
> Please state your request on a functional level, without specifying
> technical solutions you may think of, unless that solution is mandatory.
> would be better.
> Before speaking about money, it may be interesting for everybody to
> discuss this in the mailing list. You should explain it without plugging
> advertisement for your products.
> Anyway, I don't see any solution below 5600,- EUR (10 days for me).
> The author of the freeware multi-tier middleware MidWare
> The author of the freeware Internet Component Suite (ICS)
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