We have a web server installed on the DMZ of the firewall. Two Database servers for the web server are installed inside the local LAN. This database servers are to be load balance using the CSM installed on the 6500 core switch. Remote clients are to access the web server.
Q1. Am I on the right track if I mapped an IP address from the DMZ to the VIP address which is on the local LAN? The mapped ip address on the dmz is the one to be queeried by the web server, which in turn point to the configured VIP on the local LAN.
Q2. Can we consider this scenario still a bridged type of LB?
Q3. What if my local LAN has to access the web server too. Is it a conventional solution for the LAN to access the web server on the DMZ, and the dmz will get the database from the inside LAN, and then the web server in turn will provide the data back to the LAN again. Any better recommendation to this scenario?
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