I have two 2008 R2 Remote Desktop servers. Both have dual NICs.
Server 1 - NIC 1: 10.33.1.110 NIC 2: 10.33.1.91
Server 2 - NIC 1: 10.33.1.111 NIC 2: 10.33.1.92
At this point I can ping all these addresses from another client. I can RDP into any of these addresses as well.
I add the NIC 2 IPs to an NLB cluster and assign the cluster 10.33.1.90.
The moment I do this, from any client I can no longer ping the NIC 2 addresses or the cluster address and RDP only works on NIC 1.
I can ping .90 .91 and .92 from Server 1 or Server 2 but not from any client.
What am I missing?
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