User mappings and routing rules define how session routing occurs based on its logon properties. This table shows examples of passive routing rules and how different balancing methods determine different session routing strategies.
|Passive Routing Rule||Access System||Balancing Method||Error Profile|
|RoutingPassive1||TD1, then if it fails, TD2||First Available||DefaultProfile|
|RoutingPassive2||TD4, TD3, TD4, TD1
The least used opens first session each time.
|RoutingPassive3||TD1, TD2, TD3 then TD1, TD2, TD3
One session is opened per system in order.
|RoutingPassive4||TD1x10, TD2x3, TD3x1 then TD1x10, TD2x3, TD3x1
Sessions are opened the defined number of times on the first system, then sessions are opened on the next system the defined number of times, and so on.
|Weighted Round Robin||DefaultProfile|