In scenario's where both the Expressway-Core and Expressway-Edge are configured as a cluster, is there anyway to specifically route calls to an Expressway-Core's local Expressway-Edge as opposed to using the alternate node in the cluster?
It seems that when you create a cluster, you end up with a mesh and traffic could route from one Expressway-Core to either of the Expressway-Edge nodes and there doesn't seem to be any pattern to this?
In my scenario we need the cluster to share licenses but would like endpoints in one location to use their local Expressway pair for routing traffic out to the internet and only use the alternate Expressway nodes as a backup, vice versa for endpoints residing in the other location.
Can this be achieved, the traversal zone config and IP addresses/DNS records are automatically replicated onto the secondary node in the cluster.
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