RE: Cluster technologie ?

They have to be in the same subnet as both ISA uses the same Virtual IP
address in NLB configuration.

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From: Paul Crisp [mailto:PCrisp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
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Unfortunately in my setup we have two offices connected via routers and a
leased line, and 2 different subnets.

Both offices have ISA servers, although 1 is for outgoing access and the
other is primarily for incoming access, although can be used as a backup
incase outgoing access server crashes.

Paul Crisp
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Sent: 01 February 2002 14:18
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You can use arrays too. The specific reason why I did not use arrays is
because arrays require Firewall client software to be installed in all
workstations. Arrays also make use of CARP for cache lookup, this is a plus.
However, if you dont want to use FW client in all workstations, NLB is a
good choice. 

Regards,

Raj




-----Original Message-----
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Sent: February 01, 2002 9:16 AM
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I thought you could put isa servers in an array and that the array would
take care of this?  Any drawback to this compared to the NLB?

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It's a feature available in Advanced Server. I have two identical ISA
servers. both are load balanced with NLB. Users access the ISA server
using
its virtual name. NLB server automatically divides the load between the
2
servers, and in case if one server fails, all users are moved to the
surviving server.

Regards,

Raj




-----Original Message-----
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Sent: February 01, 2002 9:08 AM
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How do you use the NLB, is it a feature of Win2000 Advanced Server, or
is it
available in Win2000 Server

Paul Crisp
Snr Network Support Analyst

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-----Original Message-----
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Sent: 01 February 2002 14:03
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I use NLB for load balancing two of my ISA servers. Users are
automatically
moved to the other server in case if one fails. However, NLB does not
provide fault tolerance for service failures. For this you may combine
the
Service recovery feature of Windows 2000 and NLB to achieve some level
of
fault tolerance and recovery.

Regards,
Raj


-----Original Message-----
From: Philippe [mailto:pmathon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: February 01, 2002 5:51 AM
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Hi all of you,

Could someone tell me if ISA Server can be use in a Windows 2000 cluster
technologie. The fact is that I want to my users not be deconnected if
the
ISA Server fall down !

Thanks in advance.

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