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How to setup hearbeat on ubuntu servers

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I have to ubuntu servers running heartbeat. I need help on my making sure my network is configured properly. I have both servers connect to an ethernet switch that receives their ip address from a small inksys router. The router is hooked up to our local ISP. Do I need a network cable also to connect both of the servers? Or can I make this configuration work by having them just hooked up through the switch?
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Trough the switch won't be any problem. A router just has an internal switch, no big difference.
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