[THIN] Re: Browse Lists missing apps

Intel teaming requires the NICS be placed on a single switch.  It=92s
stated somewhere in the documentation, I am not sure where, and it's to
bad for redundancy.  You might want to try balancing your servers across
the switches (you won't lose all servers if a switch fails), but make
sure your NICS are on one switch.

Also, the Cisco solution is better.  I have one customer using Intel,
and the other using Cisco FET.  The Cisco servers show a significantly
noticeable faster response for copying files etc.

-----Original Message-----
From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Jeff Rapp
Sent: Monday, August 12, 2002 1:20 PM
To: 'thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: [THIN] Re: Browse Lists missing apps



Dirk,

Do you still have the NICs set up as a fault tolerant team and not a
Cisco Fast EtherChannel team? I believe you also had them plugged into
separate switch. Is this still correct? I know that you wanted to do
this for redundancy but I think your are experiencing more problems than
the redundancy might be worth.

I would recommend that you make these into a Cisco Fast EtherChannel
team and that you configure the appropriate number of ports on one
switch into Fast EtherChannel team groups. Set them all to 100Mbps and
Full Duplex. IMHO this is the best (and most stable) configuration in a
Citrix environment. I mean how often do you lose a Cisco switch?=20

Jeff

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> From: Dirk Blose [mailto:Dirk.Blose@xxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Monday, August 12, 2002 1:14 PM
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> Subject: [THIN] Browse Lists missing apps
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> We implemented Fault Tolerant Dual Intel Network cards a
> little over a =3D week ago. Since then I am having a lot of=20
> problems with users not getting =3D their published=20
> applications. I've pretty established that the problem is =3D=20
> that the ICA Browse list is getting hosed. If I go into PAM=20
> and refresh =3D each application the problem will clear up for=20
> a time but this is getting =3D old. I tried looking at the=20
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> if you're multi homed. I am not multi homed. The Nic's are =3D=20
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