With route domains, you can also use duplicate IP addresses on the network, provided that each of the duplicate addresses resides in a separate route domain and is isolated on the
network through a separate VLAN. For example, if you are processing traffic for two different
customers, you can create two separate route domains. The same node address (such as
can reside in each route domain, in the same pool or in different pools, and you can assign a
different monitor to each of the two corresponding pool members.