Receiving TCP RST on a connection to a dying server...
I'm having a problem with my configuration on a CSS11503. If i try to connect to a dying server i receive a TCP RST. What i'd like to see is the CSS "moving" my session attempt to another server in de content rule.
Re: Receiving TCP RST on a connection to a dying server...
I assume you are refering to the "keepalive maxfailure 1" on the service ? I'm migrating from a LD416 and as far as i know that looked for TCP Resets from realservers to "flag" them Failed.... I tried setting the maxfailure to 1 but that still won't help.
This is my lab senario:
Client -- [FW]--- [Switch]--Trunk--[CSS11503]
The VIP is on another vlan than the services.
On the Client i run a looping wget script just spidering the index.html from 3 servers. When i stop one server i get a TCP RST from the VIP, wget complains about a Read Error does a second try and continues on the other servers.
As far as i understood things this should not result in receiving a TCP RST, am i correct ?
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