I'm having trouble getting to the internet on the servers in my server VLAN. The SLB is working correctly, the servers can get DNS queries and access other things within our internal network but I cannot get out to the internet. Do I need to setup some kind in inspection to pass normal internet traffic for those servers or how do I make that work? THanks
I'm pretty sure its because I'm not NATing the traffic but I can't figure out why my NAT wont work. Here is what I'm doing.....
Client VLAN 181
Server VLAN 151
The servers are setup with the default route as the ACE's alias IP address on VLAN 151. The VIP is in VLAN 181, and the SLB works correctly. So I need to figure out how to NAT traffic originating from the SERVER VLAN. This is what I was trying but I couldnt get it working.....
access-list NAT_ACL extended permit ip 192.168.151.0 255.255.255.0 any
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