We have ACE modules at our primary production site in an active/standby config - and have been working fine for some time.
allocate-interface vlan 10
allocate-interface vlan 11
allocate-interface vlan 20
allocate-interface vlan 21
There is a bridge group in each context and the ip range for context1 is 10.1.1.x and context2 is 10.2.2.x.
Rservers and VIPs in context1 are therefore in the 10.1.1.x range; in context2 they are in the 10.2.2.x range.
For a DR site, we want to use a CSS11506 to act as the load balancer in case of a disaster at the production site.
Is it possible for the CSS11506 to be configured to act the same as the ACE in case of a DR scenario? ie. Can a CSS be configured to so the same job as the ACE, maintaining the IP addresses assigned to the rservers/vips/vlans?
We need to have the IP addressing at DR to be the same the production site (vlans can be created at DR as required and are independent of the production site) - however the DR site is only 'active' when the production site is destroyed (or in testing obviously).
What would a sample config on the CSS11506 look like given the above ACE configuration?
(It's my first attempt at configuring a CSS!)