Cisco CSS 11501 fallback issue

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Cisco CSS
Cisco CSS 11501
Load balancers
Networking in 2010
I have a Cisco CSS 11501 and am not sure if it can handle this scenario. I have it load balancing 2 servers in a configuration where  one server is active and the other is passive. That is one receives all traffic and when it fails the other takes over. However, when my  'first' server is available to accept traffic again I want to ensure that the fall back is *not* automatic as I need to ensure some manual processes for data replication have occured and comleted before hand. 
Is there any way that an 11501 can be configured to handle automatic fail over and then manual fall back? 


Software/Hardware used:
Cisco CSS 11501
ASKED: April 12, 2010  6:02 PM

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