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I'm a computer science student, living in the southern suburbs of Paris, France.
I also manage the network for a student dormitory, with approx. 300 people.
webserver from local network (behind NAT)
In that case, you only declare one zone, and serve it only to your local network, and in that zone you declare your server as having its internal IP. That way, when an internal client does a request for the server's IP, it gets the internal one.
Load-balancing between a Procurve switch and a server
Vlans over LACP seem to work fine with broadcom nics, but without load balancing. 10Gb would obviously be a simple solution, but we cannot afford 10Gb nics.