Network Load Balancing in summit X460-24x

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Device: Summit X460-24x
ExtremeXOS version 15.4.1.3

NLB configuration.
It is being made to integrate a VMware virtualized system which used Network Load Balance, I use LACP main ports of group 1: 2 to 1:12

enable sharing 1:2 grouping 1:2, 1:4, 1:6, 1:8 algorithm address-based L2 lacp
enable sharing 1:12 grouping 1:12-14, 1:16 algorithm address-based L2 lacp

The IP 192.168.206.95 NLB server associated with the multicast address

## Module fdb configuration.
#
create fdbentry 03: bf: c0: a8: ce: 5f vlan "Servers" port 1: 2, 1: 12
iparp configure add 192.168.206.95 Default vr VR-03: bf: c0: a8: ce: 5f

The need is that from the VLANS to access the server IP 192.168.206.95

configure vlan CuartoPiso add ports 1:9, 2:3 tagged  configure vlan CuartoPiso add ports 2:23 untagged  
configure vlan PlantaBaja add ports 1:2, 1:12, 2:3 tagged  
configure vlan PlantaBaja add ports 1:1 untagged  
configure vlan PrimerPiso add ports 1:2, 1:12, 2:3 tagged  
configure vlan PrimerPiso add ports 1:3 untagged  
configure vlan QuintoPiso add ports 1:2, 1:12, 2:3 tagged  
configure vlan QuintoPiso add ports 1:11 untagged  
configure vlan SegundoPiso add ports 1:2, 1:12, 2:3 tagged  
configure vlan SegundoPiso add ports 1:5, 2:13 untagged  
configure vlan Servidores add ports 1:1, 1:3, 1:5, 1:7, 1:9-11, 2:3 tagged  
configure vlan Servidores add ports 1:2, 1:17, 1:22, 2:5, 2:7-12, 2:14-22, 2:25-26, 2:30-31, 2:33, 2:35-37, 2:41, 2:48 untagged    
configure vlan TercerPiso add ports 1:2, 1:12, 2:3 tagged  
configure vlan TercerPiso add ports 1:7 untagged  
configure vlan Wifi add ports 1:1-3, 1:5, 1:7, 1:9, 1:11-12, 2:3 tagged  
configure vlan Wifi add ports 2:27-28 untagged  

I have received referrals from some documents that I have not been successful, I hope I can give some suggestions
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Hi,

Are you speaking of Microsoft's NLB? That looks like it, but I want to make sure.
This switch is pure L2, or is it doing the L3 part as well? The config snippet doesn't show the routing config, but you are resolving the ARP on it, so that's ambiguous.
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