I'm doing some testing with a CSS11500 in a one-armed configuration.
I need to ensure that users will stick to the same web server for a period of about 8 hours. I know this can be accomplished with sticky sourceip, but wanted to try arrowpoint-cookies to see how that worked. I believe I have everything configured correctly, but for some reason, I'm not getting any arrowpoint-cookies. Load-balancing is occurring round-robin and there are never any arrowpoint cookies in my Temp Internet Files folder.
Thanks for your reply. The clock is correctly set and is using sntp to keep time synchronized.
I did a sniffer trace like you asked, and I see the page being served from my VIP. I don't, however, see any arrowpoint-cookies. There is a cookie being set, but it is being set by my source server and, unfortunately, does not provide unique information for stickiness.
Below is part of the TCP decode from the sniffer trace:
We ran into the same issue (unable to find the cookie file on the client PC).
A work around is to configure your client browser to prompt for acceptance of cookies and when the prompt comes up, click the "details" button to view the cookie content (you should be able to find the "string" you configured for your arrowpoint_cookie keepalive).
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