I have a subnet that has a Cisco load balancer in it that is in the process of moving. The current subnet is behind a FWSM and has been working for years. The new subnet will be in front of the firewall.
In the current state, the default gateway and default route point to the firewall interface for the existing subnet. The load balancers are in a one-armed configuration. I would like to use the same pair of load balancers on the new subnet.
The load balancers have circuits in both VLANs, but keep using the default route for return traffic for both networks. So, traffic will come in on the new network, get load balanced appropriately, and the return traffic with be routed asymmetrically to the default gateway instead of the local gateway. I can see my firewall blocking the return traffic.
Is there a way to configure the CSS to either use the local gateway or possibly to use Source NAT (without an ACE module) to make the CSS bridge in this manner?
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