RVS4000 Crashing when used as a Windows 2003 NLB Router

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by cladzad, Aug 26, 2008.

  1. cladzad

    cladzad Guest

    I inherited this environment and am trying to improve it so please bare with me. We have two Windows 2003 terminal server setup using Windows Network Load Balancing. We are utilizing a RVS4000 (in gateway mode) to act as the load balanced router. We have about 30 - 50 concurrent users on it throughout the day and the router seems to reboot every couple days (as if it were being overloaded, etc). I didn't want to really elaborate any further, but just wanted to come up with a solution. I did upgrade to the newest firmware not too long ago (V1.1.14) but it still seems to be happening. We have gigabit running all the way through it. The WAN port is configured as the "virtual ip" of the terminal server cluster so people hit that IP on the WAN side and then the router is configured to forward terminal server traffic (port 3389) to the two servers that are setup for load balancing on the LAN side of the RVS4000. Has anyone had this issue?
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