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DC-Server Loadbalncing

How to design a datacenter with Server integration and Loadbalance the traffic for inbound means any onw acccess
application servers from outside , the hettings should not overlaod.

There is no Hardware Loadbalancer but Router with Dual ISPs and Core with Active/Standby and Dual homed servers.

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ramu
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Rich WeisslerProfessional Troublemaker^h^h^h^h^hshooterCommented:
I don't think there is one correct answer, and I believe there is a lot which will 'depend' on the specifics of your environment.  You might start with Cisco's design recommendations, but decide a hardware loadbalancer is a better fit in your environment.
It is interesting that your data center load balance challenge is splitting traffic across two ISPs into a single data center rather than splitting the load between (i) geographically separate data centers, or (ii) a locally controlled data center and The Cloud.
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eeRootCommented:
It does not sound like you have any hardware or software to perform the load balancing.  Do you a diagram showing the ISP links, network, server, and SAN infrastructure?  And if not hardware for load balancing, are you looking a using a virtual machine for load balancing?
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RAMU CHAuthor Commented:
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