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VRRP interface binding in a single node active cluster

When you migrate a high availability (HA) setup to a cluster setup, all configurations must be compatible and must be supportable in the cluster. To achieve this, you can now configure virtual router IDs (VRIDs and VRID6s) on a node interface.

Important: Currently, only a single-node active cluster system supports VRIDs and VRID6s.

For instructions for configuring VRIDs and VRID6s, see Configuring Virtual MAC Addresses.

To configure a virtual router ID on a single-node active cluster, add the VRID or VRID6 and bind it to the cluster-node interface.

To add a VRID by using the Citrix ADC CLI

At the command prompt, type:

add vrID <ID>

To bind a VRID to the cluster-node interface by using the Citrix ADC CLI

At the command prompt, type:

Bind vrid <ID> -ifnum <interface_name> | -trackifNum <interface_name

Add vrID 100
Bind vrid 100 –ifnum 1/1  1/2
done

To add a VRID6 by using the Citrix ADC CLI

At the command prompt, type:

add vrID6 <ID>

To bind a VRID6 to cluster node interface by using the Citrix ADC CLI

At the command prompt, type:

bind vrid6 <ID> -ifnum <interface_name> | -trackifNum <interface_name>

Add vrID6 100
Bind vrid6 100 –ifnum 1/1  1/2
Done

VRRP interface binding in a single node active cluster

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