Can anyone be my second pair of eyes and confirm for me that this configuration is good? I am having problems doing source NAT from a real server to a VIP for which it is a service for.
The two real servers here are within a serverfarm for the VIP etrust2vip. The real servers themselves need to hit that VIP. In the configuration below I have a NAT applied to the server vlan (vlan71) to SNAT the packets destined for the VIP in the acl (enat).
'sh xlate' shows me nothing nor do I see any hits in 'sh conn'. The default gateway for the real servers is the alias address on vlan71.
The equipment I am working with is an ACE appliance with code 3.0(0)A1(7b).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
access-list enat line 3 extended permit ip host 10.24.71.18 host 10.24.70.176
access-list enat line 4 extended permit ip host 10.24.71.19 host 10.24.70.176
access-list allacl line 10 extended permit ip any any
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