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Network Load Balancing

Network Load Balancing is one of the Windows Clustering features of Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Advanced Server. Network Load Balancing can enhance the availability and scalability of Internet server programs such as those used on Web servers, FTP servers, and other mission-critical servers. The material in this chapter will help you configure Network Load Balancing clusters to deliver the reliability and performance that high-volume Web servers and other mission-critical servers need.

In This Chapter

Network Load Balancing Overview

Implementing Network Load Balancing

Network Load Balancing with Network Hardware Switches


Default Handling of Client Requests

Wlbs Display Command

Changing Network Load Balancing Resource Limits in the Registry

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