Windows 10 – Network computers and devices

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If you want to connect to a network computer or device, open Explorer, scroll down at the left panel and click Network. If your network discovery is turn off you will receive the following error message Click OK. You will see a yellow message, click on the message. A context menu will appear. Click Turn on network discovery and file sharing. You need specify your password. Then click Yes Now choose if you want to turn on network discovery for all public networks or make this network you are connected to a private network Now explorer…

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Windows Server 2016 – Create a Network Loading Balancing Cluster

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Open Network Load Balancing Manager, click Cluster on the menu and click New. Enter the server name for the first host, click Connect. All NICs interfaces will appear. Select the NIC you want to use. The NIC should have a static IP address  Click Next. Select the priority. It should be unique for each host. Click Next. Add a new IP address by clicking Add. Choose a new IP address for the cluster, click OK and then Next. Specify Full Internet Name. Change the Cluster Operation mode if you need…

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Windows Server 2016 – Install Network Load Balancing Feature

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Open Server Manager, click Manage at the top and select Add Roles and Features. Click 4 times Next until the wizard will show Select features. Then select the Network Load Balancing. Select Add features to install the management tools too. Click Next, then Install and wait for the installation. With PowerShell, you do the same by typing install-windowsfeature -name nlb -includeManagementTools If you want to install only the Network Load Balancing management tools then: install-windowsFeature -name rsat-nlb   Windows Server 2016 – Install Network Load Balancing Feature

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Windows Server 2016 – Failover Cluster and Network

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To display the current states of the networks you can use get-clusternetwork cmdlet in PowerShell Or you can open Failover Cluster Manager and select Networks at the left panel Select a network and then at the right panel click Properties. Here you can choose if the network will be used for cluster, client communication or no communication at all. With get-clusterNetwork, you can also configure the above setting. (get-clusteNetwork “Cluster Network 1”).name = “CNET 1” # change the name (get-clusteNetwork “Cluster Network 2”).role = 0 # change the role propertie…

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Windows Server 2016 – Docker manage network

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Display a list of all the container networks docker network ls Create a transparent network, instead of using NAT docker network create -d transparent trans More information about docker network create here. Run a container with the transparent network docker run -it –network=trans microsoft/nanoserver powershell To use port-mapping add the -p docker run -it -p 8080:80 microsoft/nanoserver powershell # Map TCP port 80 in the container to port 8080 on the Docker host. More information about docker and networking here.   Windows Server 2016 – Docker manage network

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