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How quickly does traffic steering react on a healthcheck

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Summary:

When I have setup Traffic Management Steering Policies based on the Failover Policy Type, I have been unable to view the server change on the linked domains, even though the healthcheck was showing that the server was unavailable (and the failover server was available).

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Under the Traffic Steering section, I have two servers set in order, the current server is the priority and the second server is the failover. Under Policy Narrative, the Max Count is 1. I believe this value could not be changed, due to the Failover scenario chosen.

In the DNS Zone against the chosen subdomains, to be affected by the traffic steering, I see the primary server ip address followed by "occluded by Steering Policy". It's this area where I am unsure if the setup is correct, as the value didn't change (not that I am sure if it should have done), but refreshing the website still gave me the unavailable version.

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