I have a problem with a CSS configuration.
The configuration of the network is as follows. The client request hits the front end VIP of the CSS and is then redirected to the backend server. The requirement is to maintain the connection between the client and the server via the CSS
The server application runs RPC/TRIM.
Once the connection is established the backend server sends a RPC packet back to the client via the CSS advertising the server's IP address, name, and port number. The client then establishes a connection with the server - bypassing the CSS.
Is there any way to maintain the connection between the client and the server via the CSS? One thing we tried was to change the loopback address on the server to match the front end VIP address of the CSS. This did not work. Instead it made the VIP address unreachable.
Any help would be grateful and please let me know if any additional information is required.