We have a telnet application that can not use client NAT. For these application servers we have been using the VRRP address of the CSSs as default gateway instead of the HSRP address of the routers on that vlan. This is to keep the return traffic going through the CSS to keep consistent flows.
Today we moved this application to the CSM and now the application works fine but if we try to terminal session into the server it does not work. Additionally if we telnet to the VIP its ok but does not work if its tried directly on one of the servers on the server farm. Ping and trace route works ok to the servers. My understanding of the issue is that the CSM discarding the return traffic from the servers because its not stateful as the incoming traffic goes directly from the router to the server. BTW the same configuration works with a CSS so maybe its something to do with the CSM.
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