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NLB Configuration - 13.Sep.2005 4:51:00 PM   


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We have our ISA Server 2004 Enterpise loaded on a blade server that only supports two physical network adapters. Will NLB work if a v-lan is assigned to one of the adapters or does it absolutely have to have an additional physical adapter as the documentation suggests?


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RE: NLB Configuration - 14.Sep.2005 7:53:00 AM   


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Hi DD,

It *might* work. If you are using the correct drivers, the VLANs will look like separate NICs. Those virtual NICs would then need to be compliant with the NBL spec.

Test it and see.


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RE: NLB Configuration - 21.Sep.2005 3:05:00 AM   


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i have some problem when i configure my network using NBL on ISA2004:
- my network using 03 different ISP to connect internet through ADSL line
- Each ADSL line using ADSL modem
- i have three windows2003 server(A,B,C) install ISAserver2004 EE.
- each server has three NICs: Internal, External, NLB, external card connect to ADSL Modem.
- server A is Domain Controller and ISA services.
- server B Installing the Configuration Storage Server
- server C install ISA services
- I group 03 server on Array, and configure NLB and it work OK.
- when i down 01 server, all request will route to another server but problem that when ADSL Modem, ADSL line have errors, all request dont route to another server???
Please give me some advices ??

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RE: NLB Configuration - 14.Oct.2005 10:00:00 AM   
Its probably due to the fact that nlb sees the connection between the nic and the dsl router as being ok, you need to be able to test the connectivity all the way through to the isp's gateway.

Not sure that NLB will be able to do this...

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