ACE : One-armed design and IP Routing through the alias address
I have a cluster of two ACE-4710 in a one-armed design on a VLAN. I cannot use client NAT as the source address has to be logged in the server log (source IP insert is not an option here). So, I configured an alias IP address which should serve a default gateway for the servers.
Is there anything to be configured to allow routing on the same subnet with the ACE, beside a permit ACL and a default route ?
I have the following interface configuration and the local routing does not work :
Re: ACE : One-armed design and IP Routing through the alias addr
Too good! It was exactly what to be done. It works fine. This morning, I traced packets on the DMZ where the ACE is locate and effectively observed the stateful behaviour of the ACE. So, with your suggestion, it solved the TCP communication problem. I had to also enter the "no icmp-guard" to permit icmp reply to be routed.
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