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Configured CAS array on 2 2008 r2 servers on HP Procurve Network but is causing high traffic & dropouts

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Configured CAS array on 2 2008 r2 servers on HP Procurve Network but is causing high traffic & dropouts, apparently using Multicast in windows Network Load Balancing for a Client Access Array dosen't work correctly on HP switches & also can't do Unicast on Exchange 2010.
Any ideas? Thanks.
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One of the good article is:
Uncovering the new RPC Client Access Service in Exchange 2010 (Part 3)
http://www.msexchange.org/articles_tutorials/exchange-server-2007/planning-architecture/uncovering-new-rpc-client-access-service-exchange-2010-part3.html



Network Load Balancing for a Client Access Array dosen't work correctly on HP switches & also can't do Unicast on Exchange 2010.
>> What errors are you facing at the moment with the CAS-Array\NLB
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