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Unable to connect to failover cluster

I have a 2 node failover cluster running on Windows 2008 R2. The cluster is functioning and I can failover services between the two nodes. All was working fine last week but now nothing can connect ...
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4answers
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Newbie questions on MAC and high availability failovers

I am reading about High Availability and I can not understand the following I read: On failover the primary IP migrates to the backup server BUT so must the MAC address. Specifically I read that ...
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Should the SAN (Dell MD3200) management port be on the same subnet/VLAN as the failover cluster private subnet/VLAN?

So, I'm getting a bit confused here. I have a Dell MD3200 SAN with dual controllers. Each controller has an Ethernet management port that connects to a switch. Together the two controllers connect to ...
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0answers
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How do I configure a DCHP reservation for an IP Resource in a Windows 2008 R2 failover cluster?

Background My company has recently instituted a corporate policy that all servers are to have IP addresses that are issued via DHCP reservations to simplify the management of our IP scopes. We have ...
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Why are my HyperV VM's randomly losing connectivity?

I have a strange intermittent connectivity problem happening about once every two weeks. First my configuration: I am running a HyperV failover cluster with two physical hosts (node01 and node02). ...
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1answer
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Add second ip address to an existing SQl 2008 failover clustering

I have a failover cluster on Windows Server 2008, with SQL server 2008. On each server I have two network cards, with two different networks. One is on 10.10.10.x and the other is on 192.168.99.x I ...