Re: Squid vs. Netscape Proxy

From: Michael Ferioli <>
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 1998 09:25:06 +0300

At 09:12 AM 4/21/98 +1200, Joe Abley wrote:
>I think the original poster was talking about distributing three caches
>(or cache clusters) in the wide area. A cluster of unix boxes running
>squid in each city (with round-robin DNS set up to spread load across each
>machine in the cluster) should work pretty well.

Exactly. But do you really think DNS round robin is a good solution?
Why would an Ankara user use the Istanbul Cache? That wastes
bandwidth which kind of defeats the whole idea of proxying.

>I didn't notice the "NT" word in the original post (but then again, I
>didn't read it very well :)

Absolutely no NT. I don't even know how to spell NT.


Michael Ferioli
Comnet A.S.
Received on Mon Apr 20 1998 - 23:33:03 MDT

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