Watch this video to learn how to configure DNS Failover. We walk you through creating your first failover pool, adding servers and updating your ‘A’ record to use the new failover pool.
When you have created a DNS Failover pool and have assigned it to an ‘A’ or ‘AAAA’ record, you want the flexibility to switch back and forth between the available servers during outages. To best accomplish this, we highly recommend decreasing the TTL value for that particular DNS record to the lowest allowable setting of […]
Total Uptime’s DNS failover works by constantly monitoring at least two servers using any number of fully customizable monitoring tests that you create. It allows you to send traffic to those servers via one of two methods. (1) You can use Round Robin to send traffic to all of your available servers, or (2) you can send traffic […]