I've asked a part of this question before, but need further clarifications. Hope some one can help.
We are trying to deploy an ACE to transparently re-direct http traffic to a set of proxy servers, that are also doing some content filtering. following is the expected high level setup.
clients -----[ACE] ---- internet
| | |
[proxy 1] [proxy 2] [proxy 3]
The proxy servers have to go through the ACE again to access the internet. The returning traffic should also go back through the ACE to the same proxy server that catered for the forward traffic. As the proxy does not modify the source IP of the forward traffic (source IP of the packets going to the internet remians to be the actual client IP) , this appears to be a problem. Would you be able to suggest a solution ?
hi thanks for the response, but I don't think I understand you fully. when the internet traffic is coming back to the ACE, how do i match that traffic so that those can be sent back to the proxy server farm. And then how do I send that traffic to the same proxy which originated that http request on behalf of the client to the internet. ?
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