Differences between One Arm and Route modes?

Hi Guys,
What are the differences between One Arm and Route modes? Can anyone please explain?
Krishna

Hi Krishna,
Have a look at the two links below. They provide configuration examples for each of the two topologies along with explanation on the different commands used.
http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Basic_Load_Balancing_Using_Routed_Mode_on_the_Cisco_Application_Control_Engine_Configuration_Example
http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Basic_Load_Balancing_Using_One_Arm_Mode_with_Source_NAT_on_the_Cisco_Application_Control_Engine_Configuration_Example
I hope this helps
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