Implementation Load Balancing uses the MikroTik network on DualStack
AbstractThe internet is currently growing rapidly. The need and rapid development in the use of the Internet network requires a balance in the provision of Internet facilities. Internet standard service is the continuity of the connectivity of the Internet. Connection from the internet is required to always be maintained in any condition, but the connection will not always run smoothly, many obstacles or problems will be encountered so that the connection will not run smoothly. It is necessary to have access to relevant data from the continuation of the connection from the Internet, so that if one connection is interrupted then there will be backups. One thing that can be done is to use load balancing in MikroTik. Research can be carried out ECMP methods must develop the time data needed between IPv4 and IPv6 has a special advantage for client translation by the server requires special data on internet traffic. The dualStack method means that the service being tested will provide output that matches the standard. The test results, obtained capture output on Wireshark always conclusions gateway user traffic resource gateway can be sterile indication of very efficiency increasing by 100 MB. The results of the second implementation above, the performance status is almost dynamic rather than static, it is necessary to indicate the network time data is developed according to the test basis in 10 different response paths, the client and server receiver specifications are given an average of around 16.75 Kbps.
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