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May
27
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")
May
27
comment Network Load Balancing problem
By "clustering traffic" do you mean heartbeat/statis traffic between the hosts using the cluster NICs?
May
27
comment Network Load Balancing problem
I don't see any traffic on host 2. I suspect its not having any traffic sent to it.
May
27
comment Network Load Balancing problem
@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)
May
27
comment Network Load Balancing problem
@Hyppy Yes, sorry, I meant host 2. I have edited my comment.
May
27
comment Network Load Balancing problem
@Hyppy If I shut-down Host 2 then pings and http requests to the cluster address continue to work.
Nov
13
comment Setting-up Windows Server 2003 as an L2TP/IPSEC VPN server
Thanks! I was looking for something a bit more like "click this, type that, click this..."