Santa Ana, CA, August 2, 2009 - CAI Networks has announced SNAT load balancing support in its
WebMuxTM server load balancing appliance
To totally support Microsoft OCS2007 R2, WebMux added a new SNAT feature provding support for load balancing and
failover between front end servers and A/V edge servers. SNAT farm can automitically detect the health
status of each edge server, only route the outgoing traffic to the good edge server.
Due to SNAT has the data packet′s source IP address replaced with the farm IP address on the WebMux,
the maximum number of ports will be limited to 65000, conform with Microsoft OCS2007 R2 document.
Since 1997, WebMux load balancers has been a reliable and critical components of many IT setup inside
many fortune 500 companies, government offices, online shopping sites, and telecommunication companies.
WebMux′s SNAT feature is in all new WebMux currently shipping. It is also available to customers with
WebMux under warranty and support contract as a firmware update.
About CAI Networks, Inc.
Founded in 1987, CAI Networks (www.cainetworks.com) specializes in Internet appliances and Internet
server reliability solutions and is a leading provider of IP load balancers. CAI has its engineering
and sales offices in Southern California. WebMux is installed worldwide by businesses, government
agencies, and ISPs to maintain the reliability and availability of websites, portals, and web-based
applications. CAI Networks is a member of the Microsoft and Oracle partner networks.
CAI, DnsMux, and WebMux are trademarks of CAI Networks, Inc. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates.
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