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how to design/set up NetworkLoadBalance for Http on windows 2003

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I need help in design webserver http webpage NLB on windows 2003

I have
3 web servers (files and sql that is to be redundant)
1 file server (files or sql that is shared between users)

where to put dns and nlb?
how to set it up?
Can we use domain name hosting for dns? (I have observe that windows dns often hung)

we don't have budget for HLB
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also with no/little budget i would suggest to take a look to sophos UTM.
It is normally a firewall device but a great http-loadbalancer also.
It is a great system and simple to manage to.
And costs much less than other hardware LB.
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