a. Enter a name for your answer group in the Group Name field.
b. (Optional) Choose an owner for the answer group by clicking the Group Owner drop-down list and selecting a GSS owner from the list.
c. Select an answer group type by clicking one of the three option buttons. Once you select an answer group type, only answers of that type (VIP, NS, or CRA) can be added to the group:
VIP-Virtual IP (VIP) addresses associated with an SLB as such the Cisco CSS, Cisco CSM, Cisco IOS-compliant SLB, LocalDirector, web server, cache, or other geographically dispersed SLBs in a global network deployment.
Name Server-Configured DNS name server on your network that can answer queries that the GSS cannot resolve.
CRA-Content routing agents that use a resolution process called DNS race to send identical and simultaneous requests back to a user's D-proxy.
d. Click Next to use the Answer Group Page 3 of the wizard to configure answers for your answer group.
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