CSS config help - I am only able to access VIPs in 172.23.16.0 Subnet

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Oct 19th, 2008
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CSS config help - I am only able to access VIPs in 172.23.16.0 Subnet. For example I added the new VLAN 51, new services called cDCAEX01-SMTP and cDCAEX02-SMTP and new content rule and VIP called EXCHANGE-SMTP 172.23.26.51. Because thi si snot in 172.23.16.0 subnet I cannot access this VIP. I think I have a problem in my config because 1/1 is in VLAN 20 and 1/2 is a trunk carrying VLAN 51, 311, 315.


Do I need to make 1/1 also a trunk port?


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Do I shut down 1/1 and on 1/2 trunk port add VLAN 20 as well? Will this work?


Any other suggestions?


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Gilles Dufour Mon, 10/20/2008 - 05:40
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you have no default route on the CSS. That's suspicious.


Also, check with 'show summary' and 'show service-summary' that your new vip and services are alive.


See if you can ping the new vip.


Take a sniffer trace to see if traffic makes it to the CSS.


Gilles

astanislaus Mon, 10/20/2008 - 10:13
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Gilles,


Thanks for your reply. You mean the CSS should have a default route pointing to VLAN20's IP address.


Can you please elaborate a little and may be add in some config commands for my understanding because I am not very familiar with CSS.

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