Exchange Server 2013 – NLB Connections Status


Sometime if u configure NLB on your Exchange 2013 CAS Server and need to check the number of active connection in your NLB Service you can use the below command

Wlbs params

The below output will be displayed as follows…

C:\Users>Wlbs params
WLBS Cluster Control Utility V2.6 (c) 1997-2007 Microsoft Corporation.
Cluster 110.20.216.200
Retrieving parameters
Current time = 7/1/2014 7:56:41 PM
HostName = cas.mail.com
ParametersVersion = 6
CurrentVersion = V2.6
EffectiveVersion = 00000204
InstallDate = 0x5239ADAF
HostPriority = 3
ClusterName = nlb.mail.com
ClusterIPAddress = 110.20.216.200
ClusterNetworkMask = 255.255.255.0
DedicatedIPAddresses/ = 110.20.216.210/255.255.255.0
DedicatedNetworkMasks
McastIPAddress = 0.0.0.0
ClusterNetworkAddress = 02-BF-Ac-0B-1A-64
IPToMACEnable = ENABLED
MulticastSupportEnable = ENABLED
IGMPSupport = DISABLED
MulticastARPEnable = ENABLED
MaskSourceMAC = ENABLED
AliveMsgPeriod = 1000
AliveMsgTolerance = 5
MaxConnectionDescriptors = 262144
FilterICMP = DISABLED
ClusterModeOnStart = STARTED
HostState = STARTED
PersistedStates = NONE
NBTSupportEnable = ENABLED
UnicastInterHostCommSupport = DISABLED
BDATeaming = NO
TeamID =
Master = NO
ReverseHash = NO
IdentityHeartbeatPeriod = 10000

NumberOfRules (3):

VIP Start End Prot Mode Pri Load Affinity
————— —– —– —- ——– — —- ——–
110.20.216.200 443 443 TCP Multiple Eql Single

Statistics:

Number of active connections = 2000

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