Hello, we are load-balancing a service that is hosted by 2 servers. Each server has 2 network cards, and for redundancy issues we have each NIC configured on two separated Vlans.(Vlan3 and Vlan5 )both routed by the CSS. The service is a TCP socket that transfers data. So, we have those services configured in a group that has a VIP address on Vlan3 range. ( 192.168.3.x). When we run the services through Vlan5 ( Service's IP 192.168.5.x ) It works. If we shutdown the cards configured on Vlan5 range and it starts passing data flow in the same Vlan as the VIP ( 192.168.3.x ) It does not work. The ACL's are configured the same for both services, so it should work but I think is an issue with the service running on the same IP range or Vlan as the VIP group address. How can I solve this problem ? Will rate. Thank you a lot.
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