I am preparing my exchange network environment and one of the requirement for the NICs we use for the NLB network mush support dynamic MAC spoofing, i am wondering what a dynamic MAC spoofing is and how do i know if my server's NICs support this? The NLB we use is MS NLB and the OS is windows 2008 R2
The NICs on the server are:-
Broadcom NetXtreme II Gigabit Ethernet (2 ports, on board)
Intel Gigabit ET Quad Port Server Adapter
MAC spoofing is just the modification of the actual MAC address embedded in the NIC so that it claims to be a different MAC address when presented to the network. This is crucial to the operation of NLB.
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