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Redundancy: ¿Does each context need to be included in a FT-group?

Hello team:

My apologies in advance for the following basic questions. I am new to the ACE architecture and still a little bit lost in this arena.

Question 1:

I built a "FT-group 1" for the Admin context, and wondered if I need to build a different FT-group for a context I created for a load balancing service.

Question 2:

¿Can I can associate more than one context to the same FT-group? Something like the following:

ft group 1

associate-context Admin

associare-context VC_web

inservice

Question 3:

Finally, ¿ is it allowed using the same "peer" ID on both FT-groups? Example:

  

ft peer 1

ft-interface vlan 140

query-interface vlan 10

ft group 1

peer 1

associate-context Admin

inservice

ft group 2

  peer 1

  associate-context VC_web

  inservice

Your hints will be greatly appreciated.

Best regards, Rogelio Alvez

Argentina

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Redundancy: ¿Does each context need to be included in a FT-grou

Yes, one ft group per context needed.

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Redundancy: ¿Does each context need to be included in a FT-grou

Yes, one ft group per context needed.

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Redundancy: ¿Does each context need to be included in a FT-grou

Thank you so much Surya.

Best regards, Rogelio

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