ras at poppa.clubrich.tiac.net
Wed Aug 5 12:14:10 UTC 1998
On Fri, 31 Jul 1998, Lincoln Dale wrote:
> (nb, yes, cisco do have WCCP - however, with it effectively being a
> proprietary protocol, and whilst some of the functionality is possible in
> policy-based-routing, you lose out big time when your cache isn't functioning
> and the router is still (blindly) feeding it all the http-flows).
If a Cache Engine goes down - the remainder of the farm will
redistribute the load - if the farm is unresponsive the core router will
stop redirecting port 80 until such a time as it can start communicating
with a cache speaking WCCP once again.
I am nothing if not net-Q! - ras at poppa.clubrich.tiac.net
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