[THIN] Re: OT: VMware and NLB

Hi Chris,
This is the situation:

Server 1:=20
Windows Server 2003=20
Name: SRVTS04
IP: 192.168.1.104
Using Bridged NIC of Vmware GSX 2.5
Only one NIC in NLB farm

Server 2:
Windows Server 2003
Name: SRVTS05
IP: 192.168.1.105
Using Bridged NIC of Vmware GSX 2.5
Only one NIC in NLB farm

NLB Parameters:
Cluster IP: 192.168.1.120
FQDN: ts_cluster.evaluation.local

What have I done:
- set on both nodes the correct Network Load Balancing properties
- add on both nodes the cluster ip address as "secundairy" IP adres on
the NIC
- Play with filtering modes, port range, ...=20

After the configuration there are no IP conflicts etc. only problem is
that the server with the last ID (e.g. 2) has no IP connection to the
network.
So after configuring this last node I can't ping other machines on the
network.
When I disable Network Loadbalancing en remove the cluster IP address
from the TCP/IP properties other servers can be pinged.

I did read several NLB articles...
Any ideas ?
With regards,
Ruben

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Van: Chris Lynch [mailto:lynch00@xxxxxxx]=20
Verzonden: maandag 7 april 2003 16:26
Aan: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Onderwerp: [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
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NIC's defined within Vmware, sample IP address scheme, etc.

Chris

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Hi List,
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Has anyone a running VMWare environment where Windows 2000 AS (or better
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Windows Enterprise server 2003!!) is configurered with Network Load =3D
Balancing in a minimal 2 Nodes environment. Should it be possible ? I =
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get after configuring NLB IP adres conflicts.. NIC are in bridged mode.
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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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