Install application servers and use web dispatcher for load balancing

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Java
SAP
Hi guys, I need to install SAP NW CE 7.3 then add on a particular business package for TRM (JAVA packages) on top of it. I've been told to 'cluster' the CE instances and to have a SAP web dispatcher in front of the instances to do the load balancing. How to go about? I've been thinking this way: I install the SAP NW CE 7.3 + the business package on at least 2 physical servers. The installation will be same for both the servers except the hostname and IP will be different. Then install and configure the web dispatcher to the load balancing between the 2 servers. Am i right? Please advise. regards.

Software/Hardware used:
Solaris 10

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