I'm curious if anyone is using the Cisco Content switches to load balance traffic/sessions across a citrix server farm. Any luck and what type of load balancing method did you use? Round robin? Response time? And do these methods REALLY work with Citrix applications/servers for appropriate load balancing?
I just load balanced two Citrix servers using Cisco CSS11150 load balancing switches. Because Citrix uses login for each user, load balancing required stickyness. I load balanced using cookies. This works great. You need to configure the cookie string in the service. You need to configure prefix and length in the content rule. There are several ways to load balance using cookies. The server needs to set the cookie in the first reply back to the client.
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