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Re: [Cadre-config] Re: two nic same server

You can't do precisely what you want with DNS

You can define two A records with two IP# for the same host.

The DNS server will alternate the IP address it hands out "round robin

There are ways to do what you want, but

A) I don't know any of the details
B) It might be easier/cheaper to get a single better network connection

On Fri, 10 Oct 2003, Leonardo Boselli wrote:

> On Thu, 9 Oct 2003, Dan MacNeil wrote:
> > Rod & Frode,
> > Thanks for your help. (Rod I took the liberty of replying to
> > the list w/o without your email as your answer may be helpful
> > to other people.)
> Hey ! My question was different.
> I appreciate your help, but my original question was different:
> I have one machine that is accessible either with an address a.b.c.d or
> with an address e.f.g.h .
> the first one has a very good connection but at certain times for
> periods between a few minutes to some hour could be unreacheable from
> some networks. The second conenction is much more viable, but is veeeery
> slow.
> The question was: how can i set a DNS so any client would use the first
> connection, unless it is ureacheable for more than 2 minutes, in which
> case would use second one ?
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