Cisco Loadbalancer 11506 series question

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I've got a mind boggling question about Cisco Loadbalancer 11506 series. Here is a sample config; ----------------------------------------- service WPST01 ip address 192.168.120.61 keepalive type HTTP string WPST01 active service WPST02 ip address 192.168.120.63 keepalive type HTTP string WPST02 active service WPST03 ip address 192.168.120.65 keepalive type HTTP string WPST03 active !*************************** OWNER *************************** owner XXX content PORTAL protocol tcp port 80 add service WPST01 add service WPST02 add service WPST03 vip address 192.168.120.50 advanced-balance arrowpoint-cookie active ---------------------------------------- Please tell me exactly, what would happen if the config was now changed to; service WPST01 ip address 192.168.120.61 keepalive type HTTP string WPST02 active service WPST02 ip address 192.168.120.63 keepalive type HTTP string WPST02 active service WPST03 ip address 192.168.120.65 keepalive type HTTP string WPST03 active !*************************** OWNER *************************** owner XXX content PORTAL protocol tcp port 80 add service WPST01 add service WPST02 add service WPST03 vip address 192.168.120.50 advanced-balance arrowpoint-cookie active ----------------------------------------- Notice that the strings for the first two services refer to the same cookie. I'd like to know the information flow, the requests made, by whom and how, etc.

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