Re: CSS- traffic orignating from real server + Virtual interface
Many thanks for the confirmation.
Request verification on the below as well~
1. With the above scenario; I do not require any group (NAT) configuration, either for my servers initiating traffic for going out or for clients hitting the VIP to reach servers. The client & server shall be in diff VLAN?s of course.
2. With VIP & Virtual Interface configuration & couple of server VLAN's below on server side, I should be able to use both the gigabit interfaces on the 11503 to connect up and down stream as TRUNK. I mean to ask Virtual intf. & VIP has no problems working on the same TRUNK interface?
3. I understand that Fate sharing and critical service helps full failover (client & server side).
As an upstream router or L3 switch fails or the upstream connecting gigabit interface on CSS fails, the failover happens.
Will the same be applicable to downstream L2 switch & CSS interface failure? If any of these on the downstream fails will the CSS failover to the standby unit.
I think this above should work, just need confirmation coz I have not done this before.
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