I have been building a new remote access solution for our company for a little while. I initially setup 2 RRAS servers with Multicast NLB. After a lot of work everything is working fine with this solution. The final step is that I want to add DirectAccess to the mix. I took a snapshot of my VMs before starting the DirectAccess config just in case anything went wrong.
In order for me to run the "Enable Load Balancing" from Remote access management console I had to remove my existing config from NLB & the second RRAS server. I have spent a considerable amount of time configuring my network routers and switches to support multicast NLB. From the wizard I can't configure NLB in the same way it was configured before. It is asking for a dedicated IP address. Normally for NLB I configure the cluster IP address and add the nodes to the cluster. I need the cluster IP to be the same as it was before because it is configured on the routers and switches.
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