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Hi!

Currently I have a traffic rule which maps https port to two IP addresses. So "Translate to the following host" field looks like this: 192.168.1.2;192.168.1.3.

I'm trying to get some kind of load balancing and failover in case one of my internal servers goes down.

This rule works, but I'm not sure what order does it use for connections. It seems most of connections go to first IP only.

How does Kerio Control works with such rule? Shouldn't it divide connections equally between two internal servers? Maybe it would be better to specify a dns name here and assign those two IP addresses to that name in Kerio Control's hosts table for example?

Thanks!
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asdert2

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Anybody?
Maybe somebody from Kerio can answer this question?
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