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O F F I C I A L M I C R O S O F T L E A R N I N G P R O D U C T

6423A
Implementing and Managing
Windows Server®°2008 Clustering

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Technical Reviewer: Rogerio Melo







Product Number: 6423A

Part Number: X14-89109

Released: 05/2008

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• Network Zoning and Logon Control Service: Allows you to restrict iSNS
initiators to zones, so that they cannot discover target devices outside their
discovery domains. This prevents initiators from accessing storage devices
that are not intended for their use. Logon control allows targets to
determine which initiators can access them.

• State Change Notification Service: Enables iSNS to notify clients of
changes in the network, such as the addition or removal of targets, or
changes in zoning membership. Only initiators that you register to receive
notifications will get these packets, which reduces random broadcast
traffic on the network.



For more information, see "Storage Technology"

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Overview of Failover Cluster Storage Requirements 4-37

Lesson 3
Planning a Storage Solution for Failover
Clusters



This lesson outlines recommendations for Windows Server 2008 failover cluster
SAN performance and availability.

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Implementing Network Load Balancing Clusters 9-43

5. Verify that the Web page loaded from the other server.

6. On VAN-SRV3A, in the Load Balancing Manager administrative tool, start the
stopped node by using the Control Host submenu.



Task 6: Configure a port rule for load balancing
1. On VAN-SRV3A, use the Network Load Balancing Manager administrative

tool to open the properties of the cluster.

2. On the Port Rules tab, edit the existing rule with the following settings:

• Filtering mode: Multiple host

• Affinity: None


Task 7: Verify cluster load balancing
1. On VAN-DC1, use Internet Explorer to view the Web site on the NLB cluster,

http://webapp.fabrikam.com:8080.

2. On VAN-SRV3A, use Internet Explorer to view Web site on the NLB cluster,
http://webapp.fabrikam.com:8080.

3. On VAN-Web, use Internet Explorer to view Web site on the NLB cluster,
http://webapp.fabrikam.com.:8080.

4. Verify that the Web page loads from both Web servers.



Task 8: Close all virtual machines, and discard undo disks
1. For each running virtual machine, close the Virtual Machine Remote Control

window.

2. In the Close box, select Turn off machine and discard changes, and then
click OK.

3. Close the 6423A Lab Launcher.

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