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At 08:50 AM 4/8/98 -0400, you wrote:

>Try Octopus or....Bugger, I can't remember the other one that was good.

Octopus was a FIVE FIGURE price tag the last time I looked into it. WAY
out of line for a product like that.

What's wrong with round-robin DNS and IIS 4.0's content replication?
Sure, in a failure, you have to modify the DNS to eliminate hits to the
dead server, but that's FREE....

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