OK, so the situation is like this:
- 4 RD Session hosts (farm name: sessions.domain.local)
- 2 RDS Brokers (failover cluster - IP adress of the broker service is in the domain/internal subnet)
Internally, it's working. I connect to the farm name and the broker either reconnects me to an existing session or makes a new connection on the RDSH.
Externally, i'm having problems. The current situation is this; i have port 3389 forwarded to a Windows NLB (which contains the 4 RDSH) ip adress on the domain subnet. When viewing event logs on the broker everything happens as it should: i get to the farm/RDSH/NLB then, one of the 4 RDSH directs my connection to the broker which then redirects me to a RDSH. The sad part is this: i cant login to the session/RDSH, over RDP nor remoteapp. I've checked, rechecked and then double rechecked every possible configuration setting, browsed through, i think, pretty much every technet article there is about this topic. Lost my eyes on various sites describing this setup.
- Is my port forward ok?
- Is the NLB with the 4 farm RDSH ok?
- Internal DNS name of the farm has the NLB ip adress, is that ok?
If anyone has any ideas what could be the problem or has a similar setup that is working and has the will to share :) i would be very very thankful.