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[nv-l] Dealing with moving virtual IP Address

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Subject: [nv-l] Dealing with moving virtual IP Address
From: "Bruce Pyke" <bruce.pyke@phoenixitservices.com>
Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 09:29:31 -0000

I am using NetView 7.12 (running on Windows2000) to discover a Windows 2000 Terminal Services environment that has Windows2000 Load Balancing enabled.

The Load Balancing servers have a static IP address and then there is a single virtual IP address that moves between the servers. This is the mechanism that provides the load balancing.

When NetView finds the first server with the virtual interface it treats it like a router. When the next discovery poll finds the interface on another server it treats this server as a router and so on. Other than just hiding the servers from the top level maps, what is the best solution to stop the routers being discovered as routers?






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