I got two Cisco VPN 3030 concentrator configured with load balancing. Concentrator A with public interface ip address is 220.127.116.11 , concentrator B with public interface ip address is 18.104.22.168. Load balancing is configured between these two concentrators with cluster ip address 22.214.171.124. Priority for these two concentrators are configured as the same as default value, 5. While the Concentrator A(126.96.36.199) is powered up first, so it is a virtual master machine for this cluster. There are only about 10+ VPN users connecting to this cluster, however, we find that all of those VPN connections are terminated at Concentrator B(188.8.131.52). Loading for these concentrators are nearly the same as zero. May we ask that is it normal as it seems all the connection is biased to the secondary devices? If it is normal, we would like to ask is there any method to make concentrator evenly distribute VPN connections?
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