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Prajakta S Joshi: Configurable geographic prefixes for global server load balancing. Foundry Networks, Seed IP Law Group PLLC, February 24, 2009: US07496651 (147 worldwide citation)

In a load balancing system, user-configurable geographic prefixes are provided. IP address prefix allocations provided by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) and associated geographic locations are stored in a first, static database in a load balancing switch, along with other possible de ...


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Prajakta S Joshi: Configurable geographic prefixes for global server load balancing. Foundry Networks, Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt P C, July 13, 2010: US07756965 (106 worldwide citation)

In a load balancing system, user-configurable geographic prefixes are provided. IP address prefix allocations provided by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) and associated geographic locations are stored in a first, static database in a load balancing switch, along with other possible de ...


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Prajakta S Joshi: Configurable geographic prefixes for global server load balancing. Foundry Networks, Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt P C, March 1, 2011: US07899899 (101 worldwide citation)

In a load balancing system, user-configurable geographic prefixes are provided. IP address prefix allocations provided by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) and associated geographic locations are stored in a first, static database in a load balancing switch, along with other possible de ...


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Prajakta S Joshi: Host-level policies for global server load balancing. Foundry Networks, Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt P C, September 1, 2009: US07584301 (88 worldwide citation)

In a network, a user can configure host-level policies usable for load balancing traffic to servers of a domain. A global server load balancing (GSLB) switch provides load balancing to the servers, and is configured with the GSLB host-level policies. Users can define a host-level policy (alternative ...


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Prajakta S Joshi: Configurable geographic prefixes for global server load balancing. Brocade Communications Systems, Graybeal Jackson, October 2, 2012: US08280998 (82 worldwide citation)

In a load balancing system, user-configurable geographic prefixes are provided. IP address prefix allocations provided by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) and associated geographic locations are stored in a first, static database in a load balancing switch, along with other possible de ...


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Prajakta S Joshi: Configurable geographic prefixes for global server load balancing. Brocade Communications Systems, Novak Druce Connolly Bove Quigg, August 13, 2013: US08510428 (79 worldwide citation)

In a load balancing system, user-configurable geographic prefixes are provided. IP address prefix allocations provided by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) and associated geographic locations are stored in a first, static database in a load balancing switch, along with other possible de ...


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Prajakta S Joshi: Smoothing algorithm for round trip time (RTT) measurements. Foundry Networks, Seed IP Law Group PLLC, September 9, 2008: US07423977 (59 worldwide citation)

A smoothing algorithm for round trip time (RTT) measurements is provided to a network device to effectively deal with variations or other potential anomalies that may occur in RTT measurements. The algorithm involves: first determining what should be considered a very high or a very small value for ...


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Prajakta S Joshi: Host-level policies for global server load balancing. Brocade Communication Systems, Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt P C, November 23, 2010: US07840678 (35 worldwide citation)

In a network, a user can configure host-level policies usable for load balancing traffic to servers of a domain. A global server load balancing (GSLB) switch provides load balancing to the servers, and is configured with the GSLB host-level policies. Users can define a host-level policy (alternative ...


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Prajakta S Joshi: Smoothing algorithm for round trip time (RTT) measurements. Brocade Communications Systems, Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt P C, February 8, 2011: US07885188 (22 worldwide citation)

A smoothing algorithm for round trip time (RTT) measurements is provided to a network device to effectively deal with variations or other potential anomalies that may occur in RTT measurements. The algorithm involves: first determining what should be considered a very high or a very small value for ...


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Prajakta S Joshi: Host-level policies for global server load balancing. Brocade Communications Systems, Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt P C, May 24, 2011: US07949757 (17 worldwide citation)

In a network, a user can configure host-level policies usable for load balancing traffic to servers of a domain. A global server load balancing (GSLB) switch provides load balancing to the servers, and is configured with the GSLB host-level policies. Users can define a host-level policy (alternative ...