serverfarm TESTE_80 nat server no nat client predictor leastconns real name REAL01 80 health probe PROBE_TESTEHTTP inservice real name REAL02 80 health probe PROBE_TESTEHTTP inservice real name REAL01 no inservice
When you use sticky configuration such as one of the lines below:
sticky 10 cookie test
sticky 15 cookie teste timeout 3600
The above configurations would depend on the entire value of the cookie remaining static. If only a portion of the cookie remains constant, but the remainder may change, and you want to base sticky on the static portion, then you would need to set the offset and length of the static portion of the cookie as follows:
The above line would tell the CSM to perform sticky based only on the first 8 characters of the test cookie value. If you still can't get it to work, then you would need to get a capture of front and backside of CSM to see what is happening and/or going wrong.
You may also want to try using cookie-insert or source-IP sticky, just to see if you can get sticky to work at all. Keep in mind that on the version of software you are running, the default expiration date of cookies inserted by the ACE is in the past so you would need to set an expiration date in the future using an environment variable.
I should also note that the software you are running is very old now and has a lot of bugs. Specifically, the 4.2(3) release was pulled from Cisco.com a long time ago and replaced with 4.2(3a). If possible, I would recommend upgrading your CSM to 4.2(13) or 4.3(3).
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