To set a Static Cluster:
If an address is routed to a domain listed in this table, the CommuniGate Pro Server uses its Clustering mechanism to connect to the Backend server at the specified address and performs the requested operations on that Backend server.
The logical setup of the Backend and Frontend Servers is the same - you simply do not create Shared Domain Accounts on any Frontend Server, but create them on your Backend Servers.
Computers in a Static Cluster can use different operating systems.
A complete Frontend-Backend Static Cluster configuration uses Load Balancers and several separate networks:
In a simplified configuration, you can connect Frontend Servers directly to the Internet, and balance the load using the DNS round-robin mechanism. In this case, it is highly recommended to install a firewall between Frontend and Backend Servers.