WEB Farm

If a farm has 3 servers does each server  need a separate ip address, when i put the websites local they work, when i put them public they dont, what im i missing?
LesmanyNunezAsked:
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AndyIt ConsultantCommented:
Hi,

In that case, it can all be done via ARR, each server will still require it's own IP.
Are they 2012 R2?

See this article for more details:
https://www.iis.net/learn/web-hosting/scenario-build-a-web-farm-with-iis-servers

If you follow the steps here you'll be fine.
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AndyIt ConsultantCommented:
Hi,

Each server will need a separate IP address and a single VIP address for the farm if load balancing them.

Where are the web servers? In a DMZ?
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LesmanyNunezAuthor Commented:
is not in a DMZ, how do i setup farm IP? or the virtual IP.
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LesmanyNunezAuthor Commented:
but if every website has a diff IP on each server. then they can't have IIS shared configuration can they?
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LesmanyNunezAuthor Commented:
I have 3 servers, they all have IIS, ARR has been configured.

I am assuming that when Making the Web Farm, when adding servers, I have to give it the IP of the websites on each of the servers.

But how do you call the Farm? Where do I set an IP for the Farm itself?

I am trying to have load balance and fail over. So the websites are balanced, and dont go down if 1 server fails.

I am using IIS Shared Configuration.
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LesmanyNunezAuthor Commented:
thank you that guide helped a lot.
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