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Best Practive Network Adapter Configuration for AlwaysOn


Best Practive Network Adapter Configuration for AlwaysOn

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JayK
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Hi,

Just wondering if anyone would be able to give any advice here.

We are currently setting up AlwaysOn in our new SQL2012 environment and our sys admin team want to have 2 network adapters in each node of 2 node cluster - one adapter would be for regular OLTP traffic and the other adapter would be for AlwaysOn replication traffic.

I have been asked to find out what the best practice is for network adapter configuration with AlwaysOn but haven't really been able to find anything online,

Thanks in advance,

JK
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I found this......

[url=http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff878487.aspx][/url]

Dedicated network adapters: For best performance, use a dedicated network adapter (network interface card) for AlwaysOn Availability Groups.
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