I can't find any document mentioning whether or not "advanced-balance arrowpoint-cookie" uses the "string range" setting in a content rule to determine how far to look down the cookie string to find the ARPT cookie. The default setting in the rule is "1 to 100", so if I have a cookie string that looks like this (from a sniffer trace):
The arrowpoint cookie ARPT is more than 100 characters into the string, so will the CSS not see this cookie and send a new one (thereby rebalancing, possibly to a new server)? Or does advanced-balance arrowpoint-cookie always look through the entire cookie string?
I haven't been able to lab test this, so I was wondering if anyone knew for sure?
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