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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Stop single NLB node at command line

We have a NLB cluster set up for our public web servers. I'm trying to stop the "localhost" in the cluster from the command line using NLB.EXE. When I write "nbl stop" it seems that all nodes are ...
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Setting up Multicast NLB Cluster with HP 6120XG Switch

How can I setup an NLB cluster across 2 blades connected via a HP 6120XG Switch? All of the guides are for Cisco and setup static ARP entries on the switch but that is not possible on the HP Switch. ...
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Dynamically add Server 2008 NLB Nodes

I have a small NLB cluster for Terminal Servers. One of the things we're looking at doing for this particular project (this is for a college class) is dynamically creating Terminal Servers. What ...
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Network Load Balancing, intermittent port problem on Windows Server 2008

Trying to troubleshoot an intermittent problem on a Windows Server 2008 NLB. I think it might be related to an NLB issue. We are using Windows Network Load Balancing to balance load for our ...
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how to install 2 simple ssl certificates on 2 web site having the same ip, in iis8?

how to add a second ssl certificate to the same server for two different web sites?. How to setup a second ip for the second web site considering that the server is balanced? more information: i've ...
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What is the easiest way to obtain a script-driven hot failover system?

I need to reconfigure a prod env to provide hot failover for a db driven web app written in Perl that is currently running on an Apache HTTPD server, on a Linux OS. The app is not designed to run in ...
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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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Setting up an NLB cluster in Hyper-V

I am setting up a test environment in Hyper-V. All machines run windows 2008. And configured with a single network card. I have AD and SQL Server. I also have 3 web servers that I want to configure ...
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SharePoint server planing for redundancy and load balancing

I am looking into SharePoint but have some problems to understand how to plan the servers in order to get good availability at the same time as using load balancing. I have basically planned for the ...
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NLB Node Participating in Cluster But Not Listed in Manager

I have a NLB cluster that has been setup for several months and everything is working as expected. After a reboot of one of the nodes I no longer see that node in the NLB manager. It says it's ...
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WS2008R2 - Network Load Balancing and IIS - I have no idea

I'd like to avoid discussion of IIS ARR for now - it isn't essential to get NLB working. I have two computers (both in the same domain, btw) who are connected to two networks: A private internal ...
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iis 7.5 - WFF and ARR farm management

We have two test web farms (IIS 7.5). The Florida web farm has two ARR servers and two content servers. The ARR servers have WFF and NLB installed. The ARR setup uses a shared config located on a file ...
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Load balanced iis 7.5 and one-to-one certificate mapping

I have a scenario where I need to run an application through hardware HTTPS load balancing that does round-robin. Clients will authenticate through pre-issued certificates from a standalone root CA ...
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Two NLB mutlicast clusters on the same VLAN processing same traffic

I have an older ISA2006 based NLB cluster which I plan to migrate to a new TMG2010 NLB cluster. I need to have both clusters active for some time during migration (with different IPs of course). Both ...