I have a scenario where I have the same two servers (s1 and s2) being load balanced in two different content rules. One content rule is doing sticky based on an arrowpoint cookie, the other is using source ip as its sticky method.
My question: Is there a way to keep a client stuck to server s1 even when the client connects to both content rules. I need sticky across content rules and suspect that this can't be accomplished.
You will need to group the 2 content rules into a single one by making it more generic [do not specify the tcp port] or you could keep the 2 content rules and use 'balance srcip' instead of roundrobin.
This will use a hash algorithm that will give you the same result on both rules.
Interesting, we actually use this with great success, we put the sticky cookie in content rule 1 and use the same cookie in content rule 2, I cannot believe this works by chance and our sniffer traces tells us the cookies are set propertly, why would the CSS not react on them on a different content rule ?
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