Assuming there are open connections through an active system’s virtual servers and a fail-over occurs, by
default, what happens to the connections?
All open connections are lost.
All open connections are maintained.
When persistence mirroring is enabled, open connections are maintained even if a fail-over occurs.
Long-lived connections such as Telnet and FTP are maintained, but short-lived connections such as
HTTP are lost.
All open connections are lost, but new connections are initiated by the newly active BIG-IP, resulting in
minimal client downtime.