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Outbound Traffic through Front-End Servers - 25.May2004 4:29:00 PM   
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If you get the opportunity in class, can you please ask the instructor about the following situation we haveÓ.

˛ Exchange2003/Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition back-end cluster
˛ 2 ű Exchange 2003 front-end servers
˛ Inbound Internet e-mail traffic is load balanced between the 2 front-end servers via a NetScaler hardware load balancer

We have an SMTP connector installed on each front-end server. The cost of both connectors is 1. Only one of the SMTP connectors on the front-end server is routing outbound traffic. Even if I turn off the one routing traffic, the second front-end server does not route outbound traffic.

How do you load balance outbound Internet e-mail traffic?
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RE: Outbound Traffic through Front-End Servers - 7.Jun.2004 6:19:00 PM   
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Rather than have a SMTP connector for both you should have 1 SMTP connector that lists both front-end servers as Bridgeheads.

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