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Local Director: is it a trasparent bridge?

Hello,

I have this configuration:

Client

|

L.D.

| \

web1 web2

web1 is running on port 8001

web2 is running on port 8002

the virtual server is running on port 80.

and this is the configuration:

virtual 10.1.1.1:80:0:tcp is

real 10.1.1.2:8001:0:tcp is

real 10.1.1.3:8002:0:tcp is

bind 10.1.1.1:80:0:tcp 10.1.1.2:8001:0:tcp

bind 10.1.1.1:80:0:tcp 10.1.1.3:8002:0:tcp

Both servers have port 8005 in listening, because I will use that port for management.

I want to access port 8005 on web1 from the client side. Will the LD forward my request or block it? What about the traffic not involved in load balancing process?

I need additional config lines?

Many thanks

Andrea.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Local Director: is it a trasparent bridge?

actually if you use the 'secure' command you can stop this behavior and have only traffic for a VIP to be able to cross the LD.

Gilles.

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Community Member

Re: Local Director: is it a trasparent bridge?

Yes it is a transparent bridge. The traffic that is not picked up with the virtual server config will be forwarded.

Cisco Employee

Re: Local Director: is it a trasparent bridge?

actually if you use the 'secure' command you can stop this behavior and have only traffic for a VIP to be able to cross the LD.

Gilles.

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