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How to Setup IP Failover on Ubuntu with KeepAlived

How to Setup IP Failover on Ubuntu with KeepAlived
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Keepalived is used for IP failover between two servers. Its facilities for load balancing and high-availability to Linux-based infrastructures. It worked on VRRP (Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol) protocol. In this tutorial, we have configured IP failover between two Linux systems running as a load balancer for load balancing and high-availability infrastructures.
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