How to share one IP address with two servers (application server and web server)?

How to share one IP address with two servers (application server and web server)?

Post by Dean Thompso » Sat, 09 Feb 2002 00:08:10



Hi!,

Quote:> How to share one IP address with two servers (application server and web
> server)?

> I have no idea to what should I do after this two servers was connected
> hub.

I don't think you can share one IP address with two different servers, but you
can do load balancing ?, is this what you want ?

See ya

Dean Thompson

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How to share one IP address with two servers (application server and web server)?

Post by j sendle » Sat, 09 Feb 2002 05:18:45



> Hi!,

>>How to share one IP address with two servers (application server and web
>>server)?

>>I have no idea to what should I do after this two servers was connected
>>hub.

> I don't think you can share one IP address with two different servers, but you
> can do load balancing ?, is this what you want ?

Hold on, Dean,

Perhaps one could point to the setup where You have the first machine
serving applications, and forwarding port 80 to the second server... -
It will, of course, not be of any help if the OP has a configuration
where bandwith is the bottleneck, or the capabilities of his application
server.

So, Sammy, what exactly are You after?

Cheers, Jack.

 
 
 

How to share one IP address with two servers (application server and web server)?

Post by Dean Thompso » Sat, 09 Feb 2002 23:45:16


Hi!,

Quote:>>>How to share one IP address with two servers (application server and web
>>>server)?

>>>I have no idea to what should I do after this two servers was connected
>>>hub.

>>I don't think you can share one IP address with two different servers, but
>>you can do load balancing ?, is this what you want ?

> Hold on, Dean,

> Perhaps one could point to the setup where You have the first machine
> serving applications, and forwarding port 80 to the second server... -
> It will, of course, not be of any help if the OP has a configuration
> where bandwith is the bottleneck, or the capabilities of his application
> server.

Yes, that is true, but the OP originally said he wanted one IP doing two
machines.  Now last time I checked, two different machines can't have the same
IP address.  I suspect that the OP wants to do something like load balancing
or the good old "forward the packet off to the other server" trick.

See ya

Dean Thompson

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