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Cisco DFP – Dynamic Feedback Protocol

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The Dynamic Feedback Protocol allows a DFP agent to gather status information from one or more actual host servers, translate the data to relative weights, and report the values to a DFP manager, such as an IOS Server Load Balancing (SLB) system, in a local load balancing environment. When load balancing the actual servers, the DFP manager weighs in the weights. DFP also supports global load-balancing settings, with DistributedDirector reporting weights for IOS SLB. See the IOS Server Load Balancing function module for more detail about DFP.

Cisco DFP acronym – Dynamic Feedback Protocol

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