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TOPIC: Require Network Design for Load Balancing Router

Require Network Design for Load Balancing Router 3 years 11 months ago #38149

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We are having SBS 2003 Server 2 NIC one for Internal and another for External Access.
SBS 2003 DNS server is set as Forwarder

We have 2 ADSL connection Modems and one of the Modem IP Address is set as the Gateway for External NIC card.

We bought Load Balancing Router with 4 LAN ports 2 WAN ports (To connect the modem) to use both the ADSL connection.

Can you please explain how can we configure the Network?
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Re: Require Network Design for Load Balancing Router 3 years 11 months ago #38151

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Can anyone tell me which IP address should I use as a default gateway in SBS server External LAN?

LOAD BALANCING ROUTER connection
DSL Modem 1 Connected to WAN 1
DSL Modem 2 Connected to WAN 2
SBS server Internal LAN and External LAN connected to Load Balancing Ethernet ports
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