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After following the instructions in this implementation, you should now have a BIG-IP® device group, where the same virtual server and virtual address reside on each device. Also, each traffic group is active on a different device.

With this configuration, when application traffic comes through the ECMP-enabled router, the router can use an algorithm to choose the best equal-cost path to send the same application's traffic to any one of the BIG-IP devices in the device group. If any of the BIG-IP devices becomes unavailable, the ECMP-enabled router is able to send that traffic to another device in the device group. All devices in the device group use the default load balancing pool to service application traffic.

Configuration result

After following the instructions in this implementation, you should now have a BIG-IP® device group, where the same virtual server and virtual address reside on each device. Also, each traffic group is active on a different device.

With this configuration, when application traffic comes through the ECMP-enabled router, the router can use an algorithm to choose the best equal-cost path to send the same application's traffic to any one of the BIG-IP devices in the device group. If any of the BIG-IP devices becomes unavailable, the ECMP-enabled router is able to send that traffic to another device in the device group. All devices in the device group use the default load balancing pool to service application traffic.

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