Zeroshell in Server Load balancing using Virtual Server

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    Vicokes
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    I want to know how ZS can be use in Real server farm as indicated below on Zeroshell.net under the main features of Zeroshell:
    “TCP/UDP port forwarding (PAT) to create Virtual Servers. This means that real server cluster will be seen with only one IP address (the IP of the virtual server) and each request will be distributed with Round Robin algorithm to the real servers;”
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    Victor
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    jimmyz
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    This is a relatively simple part of the configuration on the part of zeroshell I think.

    In the Routing section of the web UI, select virtual servers. Enter the port forwarding information asked for. For the Real Servers field you would enter multiple ip addresses or ip range and the traffic will be distributed as described to those ip addresses. It also says on the virtual server dialog: “It is important to note that only load balancing is gauranteed not fault tolerance.”

    I have not used it this way, perhaps someone with direct experience will chime in with more information.

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