To create a cluster, start by taking one of the NetScaler appliances that you want to add to the cluster. On this node, you must create the cluster instance and define the cluster IP address. This node is the first cluster node and is called the cluster configuration coordinator. All configurations that are performed on the cluster IP address are stored on this node and then propagated to the other cluster nodes.
add cluster instance <clId> -quorumType <NONE | MAJORITY> -inc <ENABLED | DISABLED>
add cluster nodegroup <name>
add cluster node <nodeId> <IPAddress> -state <state> -backplane <interface_name> -nodegroup <name>
Adding a node for an L2 cluster (all cluster nodes are in the same network).
> add cluster node 0 10.102.29.60 -state PASSIVE -backplane 0/1/1
> add cluster node 0 10.102.29.60 -state PASSIVE -nodegroup ng1
> add cluster node 0 10.102.29.60 -state PASSIVE -backplane 0/1/1 -nodegroup ng1
add ns ip <IPAddress> <netmask> -type clipExample
> add ns ip 10.102.29.61 255.255.255.255 -type clip
enable cluster instance <clId>
save ns config
reboot -warmVerify the cluster configurations by using the show cluster instance command. Verify that the output of the command displays the NSIP address of the appliance as a node of the cluster.