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CSM Question

Hi,

I have a basic question regarding CSM...

Is there a way to configure a server behind a CSM without load-balancing a traffic to that server? In other words, I dont want for CSM to see a traffic to specific server, only to pass it without any intervention, but to work with other servers traffic. Is it possible?

Thanks in advance

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Cisco Employee

Re: CSM Question

So you just want the CSM to route the traffic.

This is possible.

If you are in bridging mode, there is nothing to do.

In routing mode, you need to allow traffic to be routed.

you can play with variable ROUTE_UNKNOWN_FLOW_PKTS - check documentation to see the possible setting and how it can help you.

Another solution is to catch the traffic you want to route with a vserver and associate it a serverfarm with predictor forward and no nat server.

ie:

serverfarm route

predictor forward

no nat server

inservice

!

vserver route

virt x.x.x.0/24 any

serverfarm route

inservice

Gilles.

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Cisco Employee

Re: CSM Question

So you just want the CSM to route the traffic.

This is possible.

If you are in bridging mode, there is nothing to do.

In routing mode, you need to allow traffic to be routed.

you can play with variable ROUTE_UNKNOWN_FLOW_PKTS - check documentation to see the possible setting and how it can help you.

Another solution is to catch the traffic you want to route with a vserver and associate it a serverfarm with predictor forward and no nat server.

ie:

serverfarm route

predictor forward

no nat server

inservice

!

vserver route

virt x.x.x.0/24 any

serverfarm route

inservice

Gilles.

Community Member

Re: CSM Question

Thank You for a great answer!

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