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2008R2 cluster NIC  Binding Order

Posted on 2013-02-01
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Hi everyone, I have a standard 2008R2 cluster that is serving only a clustered file server.  It has 4 NICs, public, heartbeat, and iSCSI-A and iSCSI-B for connection to the shared storage.

I'm comfortable with what protocols to unbind for each NIC.  My question what should my binding order be please ?
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 500 total points
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Your NIC order should be

1. Public
2. Hearbeat
3. iSCSI

- Rancy
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Thanks Rancy.
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