I am in the process of setting up a new Microsoft NLB web farm. I've only ever configured this before on a single switch so I'm looking for a sanity check on the setup for two switches.
I have 2 web nodes, both running Microsoft NLB in multicast mode (without IGMP). Node A is connected to SW1, Gi1/1 and node B is connected to SW2, Gi1/1. there is a port channel trunk between the two switches with the correct vlans allowed. Not shown in the diagram is a second interface on both hosts connected to a management network that is not related.
Is the snippet for the config on SW1 and SW2 below correct? or am I going to create some kind of a loop with traffic for this mac address being bounced forward and back across the port channel?
I had seen that tech document before. The only difference between it and my current scenario is that I have two switches instead of one. It's really traffic on the port channel that I have a concern about.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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