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Does the Cisco CSS 11000 series support failover/redundancy, if so, how?

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Does the Cisco CSS 11000 series support failover/redundancy, if so, how?  Cisco's documentation is very cryptic about this.  They don't have a failover cable like some other load balancers so how is it accomplished?
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i installed  CSS 11501 in HA mode the only thing to do is to have an interconnect between the two devices and configure the port as
redundancy...
alloew redundancy on interfaces:
ip redundancy

set the redundant int in to prop vlan
interface e8
  bridge vlan 2
  description "Redundancy port"

create the redundancy circuit

circuit VLAN2
  description "redundancy crossover"
  ip address 10.222.5.241 255.255.255.248
    redundancy-protocol


this shoul de alll
regards
simo
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