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98-365: MTA: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals :
Module 2: Understanding Server Roles :
Understand remote access
To install the Remote Access Role, perform the following steps:
- On the task bar, click the Server Manager button to open the Server Manager .
- Click Tools . Network Load Balancing Manager . The Network Load Balancing Manager
- Right-click Network Load Balancing Clusters and click New Cluster . The New Cluster:
Connect Wizard opens
- In the Host text box, type the name of the current server and click Connect .
- The interface hosts the virtual IP address and receives the client traffi c to load
balance. Select an interface that you want to use for the cluster and click Next .
- On the Host parameters page, you select a value in the Priority
(unique host identifi er) drop-down list. The parameter specifi es a unique ID for
each host. The host with the lowest priority handles all the cluster’s network
traffi c not covered by a port rule.
- In the Dedicated IP addresses section, verify that the dedicated IP address from the
chosen interface is visible in the list and click Next .
- On the New Cluster: Cluster IP Addresses page, click Add to enter the cluster IP address
shared by every host in the cluster . NLB adds this IP address to each selected
interface of all hosts chosen to be part of the cluster. Click Next .
- On the New Cluster: Cluster Parameters page , type the full Internet
name for the cluster. Then in the Cluster operation mode section, specify Unicast ,
Multicast , or IGMP multicast . Click Next .
- On the New Cluster: Port Rules page, click Edit to open the Add/Edit Port Rule dialog
box. Port rules defi ne which incoming TCP/IP requests are
balanced among the hosts in the NLB cluster. You can specify the cluster IP addresses
or use the All option. In the Port r ange area, specify a range corresponding to the
service you want to provide in the NLB cluster. For web access, use port 80 or 443.
For Remote Desktop Services, use 3389.
- In the Filtering m ode area, select Multiple h ost if you want multiple hosts in the
cluster to handle network traffi c for the port rule. If you want a single host to handle
the network traffi c for the port rule, choose Single host .
- If you choose Multiple host , you can select None , Single , or Network . If you want
multiple connections from the same client IP address to be handled by different
cluster hosts, select None . If you want NLB to direct multiple requests from the same
client IP address to the same cluster host, select Single (which is the default). If you
want NLB to direct multiple requests from the local subnet to the same cluster host,
click Network . Click OK to close the Add/Edit Port R ule dialog box.
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