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 Author Samuel Betts  Views 735 View Original Article

Something you may have heard of if you know clustering at all is the idea of “multi-subnet clusters”; a capability introduced in Windows Server 2012 (if memory serves) to Windows Failover Clustering. It’s conceptually the same thing as a normal cluster; it’s designed to withstand an instance failure but multi-subnet clusters allow us to withstand whole network failures too, in theory at least. In reality though multi-subnet clusters need some more thought to make it true multi-subnet and this ar…
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