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win2008 IP failover


marks
13-07-2010, 10:59
Originally Posted by froonylose
I think that you should ensure there is built-in redundancy for cluster communications. In addition, Server 2008 failover clustering provides greater scalability because it allows 16-node clusters on a 64-bit architecture, compared with the 8-node maximum in Server 2003.

Is this person a bot, reading their last 4 replies, something doesnt add up
I had the same feeling, but I couldn't tell for sure. We'll keep an eye on it:

rickyday
12-07-2010, 19:52
Quote Originally Posted by froonylose
I think that you should ensure there is built-in redundancy for cluster communications. In addition, Server 2008 failover clustering provides greater scalability because it allows 16-node clusters on a 64-bit architecture, compared with the 8-node maximum in Server 2003.
Is this person a bot, reading their last 4 replies, something doesnt add up

froonylose
12-07-2010, 12:26
I think that you should ensure there is built-in redundancy for cluster communications. In addition, Server 2008 failover clustering provides greater scalability because it allows 16-node clusters on a 64-bit architecture, compared with the 8-node maximum in Server 2003.

zydron
30-06-2010, 11:08
default gateway is your main IP but with .254 as host.

The main IP is your first IP you received with the server.

tux880
30-06-2010, 09:56
would my main IP be the ip im useing now?

what would be the defult gateway

zydron
30-06-2010, 09:49
First you must setup a static main IP

then you can setup in the advance dialog more IPs

If I remeber correct...

tux880
30-06-2010, 09:07
it says DHCP if i click advanced in my main connection

zydron
30-06-2010, 09:03
Go to the main ipv4 network interface static ip settings
(you see here your main ip)

hit advance, here you can setup differend ip addresses without the need of an another interface

works also on 2003

tux880
30-06-2010, 08:57
so i had a good play around with my RPS on windows iv made it alot faster and less memory hungry also made a tutorial that i will ill post shortly,

but i was messing around with VPN and ICS(internet connection sharing) VPN worked then when comeing to do ICS it broke my IP Failover i gess, the MS loopback device says unidentified network, and i cannot get my old connection settings, and useing my IP failover to get in to the server? from what i can make out.

can anyone help?

*windows 2008r2

cheers