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Primarysorryserver

i had a requirement of having a Primary and Backup server scenario, i.e users will only be directed to the backup server if the primary is down.

It did failover (by suspending the primary server).

But when I bring up the primary server, it still points me to the backup server.

I had read that either we manually suspend the backup server, or wait for the connection to be timed out, then the subsequent connection will be directed to the Primary server.

My requirement is that I do not wish to perform the manual task(i.e suspend the backup server).

But it did work successfully.

I did try to disconnect my session, and clear the cache on my browser (sort of new connection). But I am still being directed to the backup server.

So would like to check whether my config is wrong ?

this is my config:

service hpod02_02

ip address 1.1.1.1

protocol tcp

keepalive method get

keepalive port 80

keepalive type http

keepalive uri "/servername/apcsstest.asp"

active

service hpod03_02

ip address 1.1.1.2

protocol tcp

keepalive method get

keepalive port 80

keepalive type http

keepalive uri "/servername/apcsstest.asp"

active

owner hpod-test

content http/ssl-sg

vip address 2.2.2.1

advanced-balance sticky-srcip

sticky-mask 255.255.240.0

protocol tcp

add service hpod03_02

primarySorryServer hpod02_02

active

CSS11150# sho rule hpod-test

>>>>>>>>

Name: http/ssl-sg Owner: hpod-test

State: Active Type: HTTP

Balance: Round Robin Failover: N/A

Persistence: Enabled Param-Bypass: Disabled

IP Redundancy: Not Redundant

L3: 161.114.189.161

L4: TCP/Any

Url:

Redirect: ""

TCP RST client if service unreachable: Disabled

Rule Services:

1: hpod03_02-Alive

>>>>>>>>

Name: http/ssl-sg/hpod02 Owner: hpod-test

State: Active Type: HTTP

Balance: Round Robin Failover: N/A

Persistence: Enabled Param-Bypass: Disabled

IP Redundancy: Not Redundant

L3: 161.114.189.162

L4: TCP/Any

Url:

Redirect: ""

TCP RST client if service unreachable: Disabled

Rule Services:

1: hpod02_02-Alive

>>>>>>>>

Name: http/ssl-sg/hpod03 Owner: hpod-test

State: Active Type: HTTP

Balance: Round Robin Failover: N/A

Persistence: Enabled Param-Bypass: Disabled

IP Redundancy: Not Redundant

L3: 161.114.189.163

L4: TCP/Any

Url:

Redirect: ""

TCP RST client if service unreachable: Disabled

Rule Services:

1: hpod03_02-Alive

CSS11150# version ?

<cr> Execute command

CSS11150# version

Version: ap0500045 (5.00 Build 45)

Flash (Locked): 5.00 Build 10

Flash (Operational): 5.00 Build 45

Type: PRIMARY

Licensed Cmd Set(s): Standard Feature Set

Enhanced Feature Set

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Re: Primarysorryserver

From the CSS Basic Configuration Guide:

"If you configure the 'persistence reset remap' command in the global configuration and no persistent command on the content rule, when a local service becomes available again, the CSS remaps any new or in-progress persistent connections to the local server from the sorry server. Otherwise, new connections go to the available local services, but in-progress persistent connections stay on the sorry server."

~Zach

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Re: Primarysorryserver

thanks.

I did that. But the problem still persist.

But when I removed advanced-balance sticky-srcip from the content-rule. It works. So I think that the stickiness is the main culprit.

However "no persistence" is still required. And persistence reset redirect works as well.

Cisco Employee

Re: Primarysorryserver

why do you need the sticky setup anyway ?

You only have 1 service, so for sure the traffic will be sticky to this only server.

The 'no persistent' command guarantees that when the primary server comes alive, persistent connections to the backup server will be rebalanced to the primary server.

Let us know if you still need clarification.

Gilles.

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