FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WebMux doubles its capacity in OOP mode with new firmware
Supports both IPV4 and IPV6 network load balancing
Santa Ana, CA, June 5, 2007 CAI Networks™
announces the new firmware for its WebMux™ load balancer/traffic
management appliance. New firmware 8.2.07 release for WebMux 481S, 591SG,
and 680P models.
In this new firmware, WebMux supports IEEE 802.3ad protocol to gain bigger
bandwidth handling capabilities. IEEE 802.3ad protocol is also called
network teaming protocol, that allowing more than one interface to gang
together for handling larger capacity. Originally designed for 680P model
WebMux, WebMux firmware with teaming support has been providing UUNET
picture downloading services for tens thousands concurrent visitors.
In this version of firmware, the teaming protocol is also extended to
481S and 591SG models. In the OOP mode, WebMux will be able to use
both WAN and LAN interfaces together to handle larger amount traffic.
With IEEE 802.3ad capable network switches, user can dynamically adding
another network cable to increase the bandwidth without any software change.
This version firmware also incorporated the latest OpenSSL security fix,
as well as SSH enhancement for the diagnose port. All WebMux shipped now
will have this new firmware loaded. Customers under warranty support can
obtain this firmware update free of charge. Please contact your resellers for
About CAI Networks, Inc.
Founded in 1987, CAI Networks 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. CAI Networks' products are installed worldwide by businesses, government
agencies, and ISPs to maintain the reliability and availability and
enhace the performance of web
sites, portals, and web-based applications.
DNSMux™, WebMux™ WebSpray™ and FireSafe™ are
trademarks of CAI Networks, Inc.
For more information, please contact:
CAI Networks, Inc.
714-550-0901 X 7156
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