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j.a.duke

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I manage a KMS 6.7.1 (soon to be 6.7.2) server for a client.

We have two internet connections feeding the office through an Ecessa PowerLink multi-wan router.

The PowerLink works by creating secondary host names like wan1-mail.company.com and wan2-mail.company.com that it directs the primary host name (mail.company.com) for load balancing and fail-over. To do this, the PowerLink acts as the authoritative DNS for the zone with the records having a very low TTL.

How should I go about setting up SSL for this arrangement?

Thanks.

Cheers,
Jon
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