NLB on same Windows 2003 server

Posted on 2006-10-25
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How do use NLB on Windows 2003 server with 2 NIC on the same server?

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You don't; NLB is used to spread network requests over different machines.
What you're looking for is probably "Teaming", where you combine two (or more) NICs for either fault tolerance or better performance (or a combination); the driver to do this has to be provided NICs' manufacturer.

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