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Endaar

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Hi All,

I have a server that I'd like to add a share to that will see a lot of burst data transfer traffic. Since this traffic will likely saturate the link, I'd like to provide a separate physical interface just for this share so that the rest of the traffic to the server is unaffected.

Another physical connection and another IP address are easy, but I'm drawing a blank as to if there's a way to "tie" a share to a NIC/IP and my search skills are failing me at the moment.

Any suggestions, or just a point in the right direction would be appreciated.

Thanks,
James

 

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Wes

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Probably simpler to just team another nic or two?
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As Wes said, Team the NIC's and add more RAM to the server.

You can pin a IIS instance, not a file share (Well not that I'm aware of on Windows)


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i agree with the teaming. Put QoS on that team and set a minimum/maximum.

But if you don't want that you can configure the nics on different subnets..

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Endaar

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Thanks guys. Simplest solution for once...rare in the tech field, hehe.
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