Certification Authority Authorization – CAA Records

Q: Does Total Uptime support these new record types? A: YES! …and no. We support a TYPE257 record today. So by converting your CAA record to RFC 3597 syntax, you can implement “CAA” records right now. So the bottom line is YES! Background on CAA In February 2017 the CA/Browser Forum voted to mandate Certification […]

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Manual failover in the Cloud Load Balancer

A question we frequently receive is: “How can I manually fail traffic over from my primary server to my failover server group in the Cloud Load Balancer?” Manually failing traffic is something you may wish to do if your primary server is experiencing issues that the monitor has not yet detected, or if you want […]

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CLB Overflow Feature Configuration

In our v3.10 release, we introduced a new Cloud Load Balancer feature called Overflow. This feature is designed to send traffic from your active server group to your failover server group when a certain connection threshold has been reached. This threshold can be configured globally to count connections being distributed to all of your servers, […]

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