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CSM - server-initated connection - NAT failed

Hi !

We would like to configure server-initiated connections.

Unfortunately the request isn`t ?natted? ? I made a trace behind the CSM ?

And there the request has a SRC-IP of ?172.23.161.21? ? but it should be the "nated" IP - and not the internal one.

The config looks like:

static nat <public IP>

real 172.23.161.21

serverfarm TEST

nat server

no nat client

real 172.23.161.21

inservice

vserver TEST

virtual <public IP> any

vlan 160

serverfarm TEST

replicate csrp connection

persistent rebalance

inservice

Could you please help me ???

thx

hans

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Re: CSM - server-initated connection - NAT failed

1. use vserver with virtual ip address 0.0.0.0:0 listening only on server's vlan (server subnet 172.23.161.x).

2. configure serverfarm with 'nat client' and predictor forward

3. all connections from server side will be natted. do you need this?

example:

natpool VIP-NAT-POOL-TEST ip_pool_start end

!start and end can be the same ip address

!and can be the virtual

serverfarm ROUTE-NAT

no nat server

nat client NAT-POOL-TEST

predictor forward

vserver FWD-NAT

virtual 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 any

vlan VLANX

serverfarm ROUTE-NAT

persistent rebalance

inservice

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