[c-nsp] Solution for 'DR' Site

Ranjith R ranjithrnair at gmail.com
Mon Apr 8 23:28:36 EDT 2013

Well , If we have our own ip space , we can make use of BGP for failover .


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On 09-Apr-2013, at 5:05 AM, Nick Hilliard <nick at foobar.org> wrote:

> On 09/04/2013 00:12, Oliver Garraux wrote:
>> Cisco's ACE is dead.  Look at F5's products.  Their GTM product (DNS based
>> load balancing) is solid and really flexible.
> Brocade ADX series are also worth looking at (previously: Foundry
> ServerIron).  Their smallbox will do 1G of LB, with options for both local
> and DNS based load balancing.  Their larger boxes will do a pile more.
>> If the site to site connectivity is over the Internet...then yeah you're
>> going to need IPSec or something of that nature.  If there's some kind of
>> private WAN connectivity, then it just depends on people's comfort levels.
> Lots of possibilities here: MPLSoGRE, LISP, IPSEC, etc.  If it's IP all the
> way, it would be really good if the MTU was > 1500, so that the OP could
> have an encapsulated mtu of 1500.
> Nick
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