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Default Gateway in multiple-bridge deploy with ACE30

Hi guys.

I have to migrate from CSM to ACE.

I see in CSM that every vlan pair has a gateway command in the client vlan.

As I know, in ACE we have the routing in the "global" config of the context, so only one default gateway can be used (for management I understand).

So how can I configure a "default gateway" for each BVI interface?

Thanks!

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Cisco Employee

Default Gateway in multiple-bridge deploy with ACE30

Hi David,

You can configure "mac-sticky" so that traffic is given back to the MAC from where it was received.

Regards,

Kanwal

Cisco Employee

Default Gateway in multiple-bridge deploy with ACE30

HI David,

You do it on client side vlan. If you enable mac-sticky ACE will send the traffic back to device from where it received the traffic(used mostly in active-active FW SCENAIRO). You don't need it on server side since ACE will refer to connection table or sticky etc to send the traffic to same server. It doesn't make any difference to server if MAC-sticky is enabled on ACE.

Regards,

Kanwal

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Cisco Employee

Default Gateway in multiple-bridge deploy with ACE30

Hi David,

You can configure "mac-sticky" so that traffic is given back to the MAC from where it was received.

Regards,

Kanwal

Community Member

Re: Default Gateway in multiple-bridge deploy with ACE30

Hi Kanwal.

In what Vlan? I mean, client or server vlan? Or both if we have server-initiated connection?

Thanks!

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Community Member

Re: Default Gateway in multiple-bridge deploy with ACE30

Hi Kanwal.

Could you specify where exactly I have to apply the MAC-STUCKY? In client VLAN? Server VLAN? Both?

Thanks!

Cisco Employee

Default Gateway in multiple-bridge deploy with ACE30

HI David,

You do it on client side vlan. If you enable mac-sticky ACE will send the traffic back to device from where it received the traffic(used mostly in active-active FW SCENAIRO). You don't need it on server side since ACE will refer to connection table or sticky etc to send the traffic to same server. It doesn't make any difference to server if MAC-sticky is enabled on ACE.

Regards,

Kanwal

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