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From: Steve Rich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Organization: Web America Networks
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Subject: Re: NT BIND
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Go to www.isc.org. The Internet Software Consortium has links to many of the
different BINDs for NT.
> I know this is a bit off topic. But I hope someone can Point me in the right
> direction (and not the book..got read it)
> I need to know how to set up a round robin situation for DNS, I have three
> machines, three different IPs, and I need for the dns to rotate among them,
> especially in the event one server should go down, (this is for
> Any ideas, or direction would be most appreciated
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