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CSS with one leg

The CSS installation I've inherited is working fine load-balancing web content to the outside world.

It has one physical ethernet connection but NO interface definition statements and only 1 circuit defined - vlan 1 - with a single IP address.

I'd really like to know how this setup works, but can't find it explained in ANY of the manuals...

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Cisco Employee

Re: CSS with one leg

by default, all physical interfaces are in bridge vlan 1.

This is why it works.

If the circuit vlan was using a different vlan id than 1, you would have to configure a physical interface to be in this particular vlan.

Gilles.

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Cisco Employee

Re: CSS with one leg

by default, all physical interfaces are in bridge vlan 1.

This is why it works.

If the circuit vlan was using a different vlan id than 1, you would have to configure a physical interface to be in this particular vlan.

Gilles.

New Member

Re: CSS with one leg

Thanks for that. Now I understand. How did you discover it - thought I'd looked everywhere.

Cisco Employee

Re: CSS with one leg

I'm just a software engineer for the CSS and after 4 years working with this product, I learned a few tricks :-)

Gilles.

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