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Windows 2008 TS load balancing firewall question

Does each TS server in my farm need to have a NAT rule to the outside world and it's own seperate outside IP?
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asavahCommented:
That depends on your needs, if you want every server accesible from the internet on the standard 3389 port, then yes.
It can be done another way around , just have 1 or a few ip addresses with nat/pat rules forwarding traffic to diferrent rdp servers behind same ip.
A client would connect to ip.ip.ip.ip:3331 to server A, ip.ip.ip.ip:3332 to server B and so on.
More info http://haacked.com/archive/2006/10/17/Remote_Desktop_On_A_NonStandard_Port.aspx
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steveLaMiAuthor Commented:
I gave the second terminal server the same public IP and it worked great. THANK YOU!
When it comes to the "weight" of the servers.  IF I have two of them and I want them to be equally balanced do I leave them at 100 or do I put them to 50 and 50?
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asavahCommented:
What are you using for load balancing? Hardware? software?
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steveLaMiAuthor Commented:
Windows 2008 TS Broker
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