Note that you can use the special separator characters together or independently to suit different configuration scenarios. For example, you can use the colon between IP addresses to distribute network traffic more or less equally for load balancing in a site. If you use the pipe character between IP addresses, the first IP address listed is the master with password changes replicated on the appliance specified by the second IP address. In this scenario, password changes would only be sent directly to the second IP address if the appliance in the first tier is not available.
In both cases, clustering support is implemented using the SafeNet KeySecure client libraries through the Centrify connector.