Bridge mode CSM - Serverfarm with hosts in different vlans
I'm trying to answer a question while doing design. I am planning on deploying a CSM in bridge mode with multiple vlans. I need to create a serverfarm which has real servers in two separate server side vlans.
I would then present the Vserver on the client side only of one of the vlans (I always like to specify where I want the vserver). Whe traffic comes in to this vserver, will the CSM appropriately switch traffic to both vservers? I think it will but don't have access to a csm right now to mock it up.
Re: Bridge mode CSM - Serverfarm with hosts in different vlans
I can have two pairs of birdged networks though. For example, I can have 10/20 and 12/22. If I need servers in both 20 and 22 to be members of a serverfarm which services clients connecting to a vserver that I will present on vlan 10, will I have any problems?
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