Network Load Balancing
Network Load Balancing
  1. Prepare the Network ready and make Web server 1, Web
    Server 2 and Web Server 3 member of DC
  2. Go to DC and perform the following steps:
  • Run-nlbmgr (NLB Manager will open)
  • Right click on Network Load balancing Cluster
    node
    Click on New cluster
  • On IP address type virtual IP address
    (192.168.1.254) then subnet mask (automatic)
  • Click on Next and in Cluster IP Address also
    click on Next
  • On Port Rule page also click on Next
  • On Connect page type IP address of Web Server 1
    (10.10.10.11) then Connect button
  • Select the NIC 2 for NLB connection then Next
  • Finish (The NLB will connect the Web Server 1 as
    a first node and converge it for NLB inbound.)
  • After
    converging is completed, Right click on New cluster name
  • Click on Add Host to Cluster option (Wizard will
    open again)
  • On Connect page type IP address of web server 2
    then Connect button
  • Select the NIC displayed NIC2 then Next
  • Click on Finish button
  • repeat same as web server 2 to add web server 3

(All Web Servers
must be converged)

  1. Now Go to Web Server 1, Web Server 2, and Web Server 3
    Create a folder and put same website contents in
    all servers

    Define Security for Everyone- Read permission

    Install IIS in all Web Servers

    Publish website by same name (contosonepal) and
    same virtual IP address (192.168.1.254) in all web servers

    Create a Primary DNS by name of website
    (contosonepal.com.np)

    Create a Host record to create WWW record

  2. Go to Primary DNS Server (Domain Controller).

New Host (A)

On Name box type www then in IP
Address type virtual IP address 192.168.1.254

  • Test the website
  1. Go to Internet client
  • Open the Browser
  • Type the website address and then Go button

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