I hope I myself am not acting redundant, since I see some similar threads on the forum. Bear with me as I ask yet again:
What is the best form of CSS 11503 redundancy?
Ideally I'd like to do ASR. And I assume that in a redundant load balancer configuration, instead of direct attaching my servers to the CSS, I would put all servers into an intervening switch, and the two CSSes also into the same switch - so I didn't have to deal with dual attached servers as well. Is that the standard design for this setup?
The first load balancer is running version 07.40.1.03, Standard Feature Set. Do I have to get an upgraded feature set for the redundant configuration? Do I need to upgrade to do ASR?
And finally - both CSSes have the 16 port interface cards. Is there anyway for me to still leverage my investment in those modules - ie does anyone do a dual load balancer configuration where the servers themselves are dual-attached to both load balancers?
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