Build a SQL Cluster Lab Part 4

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You are going to create a SQL Server Failover Cluster Instance in Part 4 of our series on how to build a SQL Cluster Lab. The FCI will only be installed on Node1 and Node2. FCIs require shared storage so you will make your domain controller an iSCSI target. Last you will create your FCI using the iSCSI drives you presented to the cluster. Here are links to the other articles in the series.

 

 

Network Configuration

Here is the list of IP addresses from Part 1 that you will need to configure the SQL Server FCI.

 

 
Data Center 1 IP
Data Center 2 IP
Cluster
10.0.0.10
172.16.0.10
AG Listener
10.0.0.11
172.16.0.11
FCI
10.0.0.15
N/A

 

Architecture

As a refresher, here is the diagram of the lab you are building.

 

Lab Architecture.png

Build Failover Cluster Instance Video

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