A GSLB site is a representation of a data center in your network and is a logical grouping of GSLB virtual servers, services, and other network entities. Typically, in a GSLB set up, there are many GSLB sites that are equipped to serve the same content to a client. These are usually geographically separated to ensure that the domain is active even if one site goes down completely. All of the sites in the GSLB configuration must be configured on every NetScaler appliance hosting a GSLB site. In other words, at each site, you configure the local GSLB site and each remote GSLB site.
Once GSLB sites are created for a domain, the NetScaler appliance sends client requests to the appropriate GSLB site as determined by the GSLB algorithms configured.
At the command prompt, type the following commands to create a GSLB site and verify the configuration:
add gslb site Site-GSLB-East-Coast 10.14.39.21 show glsb site Site-GSLB-East-Coast
At the command prompt, type:
stat gslb site Site-GSLB-East-Coast