Hi peoples... after alot of work on my side i am going to need some help with this one...
all the docs i found on cisco.com are focused around load balancing http as opposed to my case... SIP
I have a sip based call center on one side (a serverfarm with 2 SIP Proxys for now) and an AS5400 with 2 x E1 on the other side.
I am trying to load balance calls from the AS5400 to the serverfarm in a roundrobin fashion.
The serverfarm and the AS are connected physicli to a HP ProCurve 1700 layer2 switch and all the ports are in vlan 40.
The configuration of ACE is attached.
The AS5400 has the basic config with it's voip dial peer session-target the virtual-ip of ACE.
Besides the fack that loadbalancing is not doing what it should be doing (in theory) when i connect the ACE interfaces to the network my network gets slamed by broadcasts to the point of total network failiure.
So basicly i need help... first off all with the basic desing and planing as well as troubleshooting.
I was up all night last night researching the ace and this morning i redid the config which is attached...
Basicly loadbalancing for sip is working fine...
The part with http is not working as it should though... i pick up the http packets with wireshark and although the ace is loadbalancing between real servers the http connections are broken due to some errors in the http header but since i haven't had the time to look into it i left that task for tommorow... if anyone had similar problems and knows a solution i would be gratefull...
The default gateway for the rservers is 192.168.128.1 and not the ACE.
During testing we tried to open the web page from within the same subnet as the rservers so the gateway should not be a problem i think.
I get The RST from the server.
And concerning client/policy routing... policy routing on the gateway (192.168.128.1) or client routing on the servers? Did i understand that correctly?
As far as SIP loadbalancing goes the client is always the AS5400 which is on the same subnet as the rservers so the fact that the ACE is not the sip proxy default gateway shouldn't e a problem... or should it?
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