On Wed, 16 Jan 2008, Robin Bonin wrote:
> When the second load balancer takes over the first, the second server
> takes over the virtual IP addresses,
> but the windows server is still trying to route it's traffic through
> the first load balancer. (I can tell my running a trace route)
> If I clear the APR by calling arp -d *, it fixes the problem.
> Is this the same arp issue that I see tons of other post about?
close, no, it's another one. The DIP on the director has to
move to the new active director and it has to send out
gratuitous arp messages (send-arp does this for you) to
flush the entry in the realservers arp cache
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