Sounds like 'lbnamed' (load balancing name daemon) is what you're looking
At 04:26 PM 6/10/96 -0700, Peter Gregory wrote:
>> > How are people out there implementing round-robin DNS? I have "n"
>> > servers acting as www.wherever.com and I want to split the traffic
>> > bewteen them. Of course, if I could do a proper load balancing that
>> > would be great, but a simple "n" way split is a big help already.
>> This is the default behaviour of DNSes ...
>> If www.foo.com refers several hosts, every DNS query to the server will give
>> you a different address.
>Untrue. Perhaps a few implementations of DNS do this, but MOST do not
>behave in this manner.
>[Nearly] any off-the-shelf DNS will give 'A record' results in the same order
>Peter Gregory [NICname PG11] peter .
>Systems/Network Architect, AT&T Wireless Services, Strategic Technologies Group
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