Sticky and RDP

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dario.didio Fri, 03/20/2009 - 02:04

If you use the routing tokens in the RDP protocol, then you don't need stickyness, you just need to create a L7 RDP policy map.

If you would not use stickyness an no RDP L7 policy map, round robin would cause you to be equally load-balanced over the 2 servers.

This means that the first request is send to server 1, the second to server 2, the third to server 1,ETC...

In other words, your RDP will not function.

Hope this helps.


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