Mix of one-armed-bandit and front door/back door config?
Would there be any problem if you wanted to use one-armed-bandit for certain applications and front door/back door (outside vlan/inside) - all in one CSS? I believe it shouldn't be a problem. For example - say you have VLAN10 outside and VLAN20 inside. You want to balance your SMTP servers which reside in VLAN in one-armed mode. Then you have some web servers on VLAN20 and you want to load balance them with the front door/back door. Both can co-exist happily - correct? Thanks.
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