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How to implement a network fault tolerance on a Windows Server 2008 R2, Single Server - Dual NIC? Only Windows Services like DNS, DHCP, File Server

Diagram 1: Server, VIP IP Address, Network connections, Switches and Clients http://imageshack.com/f/f0AkA9RKp Hello There! We have an IBM x3650 M3, Dual NIC. We have Windows Server 2008 R2. In this ...
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How best to setup for high traffic due to thin clients

I develop a client/server software system that is designed to display images to the photographer's customers. A LOT of my customers are using thin clients for the viewing stations, the NComputing ...
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1answer
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I have a troublesome issue. I have a 10Gb storage network serving a VMWare vSphere 5.1 environment. Storage: TrueNAS(NFS) with a Chelseio T320 10Gb Nic Storage: Dell PowerVault MD3600i(iSCSI) ...
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I need to do a latency test between two machines, basically a ping-pong packet test. I wonder what is the fastest connection I can have between those two machines. I imagine my options are: Ethernet ...
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Cisco SG 300-28P PoE switch appears to have damaged my domain server's network IF

I just replaced the old HP ProCurve switch with a new Cisco SG 300-28P managed switch. It has PoE on all ports. Everything works, except for my domain server that went offline and the network ...
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1answer
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Network issue - Very slow while RXing but TXing is fine

I am trying to transfer a 10GB file to test my network. But when I transfer from Workstation 1 to Workstation 2, it takes 8 minutes (which is fine). But from Workstation 2 to Workstation 1, the ...
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1answer
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Bonding NICs with Procurve 1400-24G switch

I was looking to bond two or three NICs together to increase throughput. Now, this should be straight forward if done computer to computer, but since there are 3 computers involved which require ...
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Is it possible to connect a single NIC to two different VLANs?

I know it is possible to assign multiple IP addresses to the same NIC as long as they are on the same sub-net (e.g. server A can be assigned both 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.2). However, is it possible ...
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Intel Quad NIC teaming intermittent lockup

I have two 24-port switches that in turn connect to 6 24-port switches. There's a device trying to FTP into a PC at each of the leaf ports (6 x 24 devices). All at once. On the PC end, I am trying ...