As a part of the Setup Utility, the administrator sets the host name for the BIG-IP. What would be the result
if the two systems in a redundant pair were set to the same host name?
Host names do not matter in redundant pair communication.
In a redundant pair, the two systems will always have the same host name. The parameter is
synchronized between the systems.
The first time the systems are synchronized the receiving system will be assigned the same self-IP
addresses as the source system.
When the administrator attempts to access the configuration utility using the host name, they will always
connect to the active system.