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comment Network Load Balancing problem
@joeqwerty Host 1: Interface is "Cluster", priority is 1, IP address is 192.168.0.141, subnet mask 255.255.255.0, default state is "started", load weight is "Equal". Host 2: Interface is "Cluster", priority is 2, IP address is 192.168.0.143, subnet mask 255.255.255.0, default state is "started", load weight is "Equal". (I named the connections "Cluster" and "Dedicated")
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comment Network Load Balancing problem
By "clustering traffic" do you mean heartbeat/statis traffic between the hosts using the cluster NICs?
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I don't see any traffic on host 2. I suspect its not having any traffic sent to it.
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@joeqwerty Port rules are: All cluster IP addresses; port range 80 to 80; all protocols, multiple host filtering with no affinity. (I'll all this to the question)
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@Hyppy Yes, sorry, I meant host 2. I have edited my comment.