You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 Network for Ezonexam Inc. The network includes four Web servers named WWW1, WWW2, WWW3, and WWW4. Your network also includes a Windows 2000 Server computer that uses DNS.
Each Web server contains exactly the same content, and users accessing www.Ezonexam.com can be directed to any one of them.
You add records to your DNS server, as shown in the following table.
Record type Name IP address
CNAME www 192.168.10.5
CNAME www 192.168.10.6
CNAME www 192.168.10.7
CNAME www 192.168.10.8
When you examine the logs for the Web servers, you discover that all incoming traffic is being directed to 192.168.10.5, which is the IP address for WWW1.
You want the incoming traffic to be balanced across the four Web servers. What should you do?