Quick Start Video: How to Configure Network Failover

In this Quick Start Video, we’ll give you a basic overview of configuring network failover, a feature in our Cloud Load Balancer. This will allow you to have active/standby traffic routing that sends traffic to your backup server(s) only when the primary server(s) go down.  

Network Failover Can Save Your Business

Don’t put all your eggs in one basket, they say. You should always have a plan B. Companies spend millions on their data connections, but even the best of them can fail. And what happens when you don’t have adequate backup systems in place? Well, take a look at our survey of outages in 2018 […]

Internet Load Balancing and Failover for Multiple ISP Links

Controlling traffic is a key facet of internet management. Sometimes primary connections will go down. Or too much traffic may cause congested links or overwhelmed devices to become unusable. We wrote about the implementation of load balancing in the cloud in a 2017 blog post. When people think of load balancing, they usually think about traffic that […]

DNS Failover Calls

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Delete a Failover Pool Entry

Method:              DELETE URI:                      /CloudDNS/Failover/Pool/{FailoverPoolId}/entry/{FailoverPoolId} This method deletes the failover pool entry specified by the id in the URI

Modify an Existing Failover Pool Entry

Method:              PUT URI:                      /CloudDNS/Failover/Pool/{FailoverPoolId}/entry/{FailoverPoolEntryId} This method modifies an existing failover pool entry. It requires at least one field listed in the Create Failover Pool Entry method outlined above in order to invoke a change.