On a VIPRION® system, the dynamic routing system behaves as if the cluster
were a single router. This means that a cluster always appears as a single router to any peer
routers, regardless of the dynamic routing protocol being used.
From a management perspective, the VIPRION system is designed to appear as if you are
configuring and managing the routing configuration on a single appliance. When you use the
cluster IP address to configure the dynamic routing protocols, you transparently configure the
primary blade in the cluster. The cluster synchronization process ensures that those
configuration changes are automatically propagated to the other blades in the cluster.