How to configure server NAT with multi-client vlans?
I have an ACE30 with 2 client facing vlans and 2 server facing vlans within the same context. I need to NAT traffic originating from a server to the VIP of client vlan 2, however the default gateway points to client vlan1. How do I configure this?
Re: How to configure server NAT with multi-client vlans?
I'll attach a config shortly.
We are not trying to NAT the server going to the vip. The server needs to access the Internet and on its way out through the ACE we want to NAT it to the VIP. The issue is there are 2 client facing vlans(292 and 294) and 2 server vlans(226 and 246). This particualr app is using the combination vlan 246/292 but the default route out is through vlan 294. Hope that doesn't confuse you more.
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