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Lisa Clarke Proofreading
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Jackson Zhang [How to Enable High Availability for Web ADC]
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 LiteSpeed Web ADC's High Availability (HA) configuration provides a failover setup for two ADC Nodes. When one node is temporarily unavailable,​ the other one will automatically detect and take over the traffic. ​ LiteSpeed Web ADC's High Availability (HA) configuration provides a failover setup for two ADC Nodes. When one node is temporarily unavailable,​ the other one will automatically detect and take over the traffic. ​
  
-LiteSpeed Web ADC HA will use Keepalived to detect the failover.+Two ADC nodes will need to be set up individually.  
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 +Once they are set up, LiteSpeed Web ADC HA will use Keepalived to detect the failover.
  
 ===== Two Example Nodes ===== ===== Two Example Nodes =====
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