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Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Inside Out by William R. Stanek

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Using Network Load Balancing

Each server in a Network Load Balancing cluster is referred to as a node. Network Load Balancing nodes work together to provide availability for critical IP-based resources, which can include TCP, UDP, and GRE traffic requests.

Using Network Load Balancing Clusters

Network Load Balancing provides failover support for IP-based applications and services that require high scalability and availability. You can use Network Load Balancing to build groups of up to 32 clustered computers, starting with as few as 2 computers and incrementally scaling out as demand increases. Network Load Balancing is ideally suited to improving the availability of Web servers, media servers, terminal servers, and e-commerce sites. Load balancing ...

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