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CSM - Source NAT

hi,

I`ve read various posts regarding this subject but with various outcomes.

My requirements is for the real servers to be SNAT behind the same VIP as DNAT but only for certain destinations.

I`ve done this on a CSS with source-groups & ACL`s but im not as familair with CSM`s.

We have WS-X6066-SLB-S-K9 v1.1(3) sat inside a 6500 with WS-SUP720-3B

If anyone could point me in the right direction it would be very helpful.

Regards

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Re: CSM - Source NAT

If this is only for specific destination, you will need a vserver to catch the destination ip.

You can also add the src vlan to the vserver to limit it to the server vlan only.

Then create a serverfarm with predictor route 'no nat server' and 'nat client '

Have your nat_pool defined to use the nated ip.

Gilles.

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Cisco Employee

Re: CSM - Source NAT

If this is only for specific destination, you will need a vserver to catch the destination ip.

You can also add the src vlan to the vserver to limit it to the server vlan only.

Then create a serverfarm with predictor route 'no nat server' and 'nat client '

Have your nat_pool defined to use the nated ip.

Gilles.

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Re: CSM - Source NAT

Many thanks - that works for me.

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