And just out of curiosity, am I understanding it right?
You have a cluster object in a policy into which you have added four gateways - two old ones with R77.30 and VRRP installed on HP servers, and two new 5000 appliances with R80.10 and ClusterXL (with probably different number of cores).
But how would you know that an interface is seen as master on both nodes? I mean after initial setup, when some time passes, and someone installs a little bit wrong policy. I think you would see drops in logs first.
I had cases when some interfaces are shown as masters on one node and other interfaces are masters on the other. And I didn't know that until I decided to check vrrp, just to look what it there. So how did that happen, why it is stayed like that? I expect all interfaces be masters only on the active node.
Priority in policy doesn't matter in that case, as I understand. chpaprob stat just shows that both nodes are active. Then I need to go to vrrp output to see what is there.
For me VRRP is opposite, it complicates things, adds new entities.
And IPSO clustering... I would prefer just not to touch it.