Network Load Balancing (NLB) is a component in Windows Server operating systems that load balances network traffic (sent to a cluster virtual IP address) among multiple servers in an NLB cluster.

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Does Windows 2008 Server Standard Edition, support Network Load Balancing?

Does Windows 2008 Server Standard Edition, support Network Load Balancing?
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Advantage of Microsoft Cluster over Microsoft Network Load Balancer

Till recently, I assumed that Microsoft NLB worked at an OS/Machine level rather than an Application Level. i.e. the NLB just monitors heartbeats on the machine to check if machine is alive and then ...
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Cannot add second host to a Network Load Balance cluster

I am using Network Load Balancing on Windows server 2008. (Servers have two NIC's and the cluster is configured to run in unicast mode) I can configure the cluster on either of the hosts and add the ...
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Windows Server 2008 NLB with VPS

When using network load balancing should I use a public or private IP for the node addresses? The two nodes I will be clustering have both. I have a third public IP that will be the shared IP to the ...
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Simple IP load balancer for web service that runs on Windows XP or Windows 7 Professional?

I've a closed code application that needs to connect to a web service that needs to run on XPs or Windows 7 (desktop). The application can only connect to a single IP address. The application is low ...