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NW 4.1 SFT load balancing

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I want to use both servers (Patch7 installed) (IPX) for load balancing and not only IO1, which is the standard configuration.
Is it possible and how to do ?
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This needs a little more explaining. "both servers"?.. Do you mean load balancing as in using 2 nic cards in 1 server?
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by:MSchier
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No, I mean both servers using 1 NIC each, but sharing the requests in both engines (IO1 AND IO2).
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go to HTTP://support.novell.com/

click on Knowledge base in the top of your screen.

then type
'SFT3 load balancing'
(without the quotes)
this should give you about 50 documents about load balancing on Novell Netware 4.1x SFT3 servers.

In these documents are detailed explanations about how to enable load balancing, and the problemens you might face.

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