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Isilon IQ12000X - Speed up performance

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Hi,

I've got a fresh new cluster of 3 nodes isilon IQ12000X.
Nodes are connected together through an infiniband switch.

Each node got a 1Gb link connected to a GB switch and each node got got his IP.

So i can access to my volume from 3 differents IP.
Is there a way to access to my volume from 1 IP which would automaticaly switch to the good node as a load balancing.

So : 3 Physical IP  1 Gb but 1 virtual 3Gb IP.

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Aaron Tomosky earned 500 total points
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never done this before, but it looks like you need to setup a smart connect zone
http://www.jasemccarty.com/blog/?p=2131
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Oh yes! Clearly it seems to be that!
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