Greetings -<div><br></div><div>The general question is how do router failures and server failover interact?</div><div><br></div><div>My suspicion is that is it necessary for the routing topology and server topology to be such that server failures one wants to recover from always leave working servers connected to the router, so that at least some traffic makes it through that router, and it won't be declared failed also. Is that right?</div>
<div><br></div><div>As an example, point to point connections between two routers and a singe failover pair are to be avoided, because it becomes impossible to distinguish server and router failures. Is that a rule that is generally followed?</div>
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