[THIN] Re: OT: VMware and NLB

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Can you give a better layout of what you have configured?  I.E. How many =
NIC's defined within Vmware, sample IP address scheme, etc.

Chris

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Subject: [THIN] OT: VMware and NLB


Hi List,
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Has anyone a running VMWare environment where Windows 2000 AS (or better =
Windows Enterprise server 2003!!) is configurered with Network Load =
Balancing in a minimal 2 Nodes environment. Should it be possible ? I =
get after configuring NLB IP adres conflicts.. NIC are in bridged mode. =
Vmware v4.0 and GSX Server 2.5 give both the same problems
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Thanks for any info..
With regards,
Ruben Spruijt
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