Coming from a background in Internet Technology, Theo plays a pivotal role in our Canada based Loadbalancer.org Support team. In his spare time, you will find Theo travelling, and hiking.
Accessibility is the magic word for todays blog. If you’re lucky enough to run a website, then the whole world has access to it by default! Now lets imagine that the website you’re running is targeted for a geographically specific customer base such as the USA. You get
Anyone who has been watching Loadbalancer.org over the last few years will have noticed the things that we don't like :-). We've made it pretty clear that we don't like load balancing firewalls and we've also been pretty reluctant to turn our load balancers into a GSLB.
We were looking at Microsoft's new TMG server and load balancing and after a search of the web found there was not really any Guide on how to load balance incoming web connections via two TMG servers to an internal NAT'ed web sever at Layer 4. The TMG servers are