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You have to install one web server in the front end. This will acts as a loadbalancer for the jboss servers. Ip of this web server will be shared that would be unique one. All the three ip that you mentioned will be configured in this web server.
For example- Use Apache web server for front end and add mod_jk module. mod_jk is a software Load balancer.
FailOver = load balancing + session replication
If you dont want session replication within your server, that would be only load balancing
thankyou for your kind reply, so there is no terms like cluster manager in jboss, all i have to use is a external loadbalancer or a proxy to balance the loads to the nodes.
i have tried with the mod_jk and tested for jmx-console by changing the browser title for corresponding nodes, this worked but wasnt stciky session as i didnt configure sticky related session.
i will try with hardware loadbalancer once this software loadbalancer can balance the load on my current application.
meanwhile, please help me to clear confusions abot the cluster manager