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CSS flow-state

I know what is group definition, but for me is not very helpful information about flow-state (http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/docs/app_ntwk_services/data_center_app_services/css11500series/v8.20/command/reference/CmdGlobA.html#wp1409551).

can anybody clarify me this two rows?

flow-state 162 udp flow-disable nat-enable

flow-state 161 udp flow-disable nat-enable

group SNMP

vip address 10.14.127.17

add service FAS1

active

I need above configuration parts migrate to the CSM, but I'm not sure, if I understand it good. I think, it's not needed something special configuring on the CSM. From the client side vserver with 'nat server', 'no nat client', and from server side only vserver for forwarding all traffic from real servers with 'no nat server', 'no nat client'. I'm sure?

thanks for help.

martin

  • Application Networking
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Re: CSS flow-state

flow-disable means every packet will be process switched [instead of fastswitched]. And nat-enable means that the CSS still needs to remember how to nat the response.

Gilles.

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