Microsoft OCS 2007 and Cisco CSS 11506: Config question
Dear Cisco community,
The users experience quiet often disconnections while using OCS. As we completely bypassed the CSS, the disconnections disappeared. So, something must be wrong with CSS. OCS is using TCP ports 135, 5060, 5061, 444 and 443. For each port and server, I've created a service which results in 10 entries.
Re: Microsoft OCS 2007 and Cisco CSS 11506: Config question
All of Cisco certified designs for OCS 2007 uses the ACE product line is the CSS supported? What mode are you running your CSS in? One arm or routed? My environment is a hybrid of the two where the VIP and real servers are on different subnets, but the serves Default gateway is the firewall. Traffic gets passed back through the CSS with the Destination group like in one arm mode. This works well so the servers do nto have to traverse the CSS unless being hit inbound. Also from your configuration below it seems that you are just passing 443/ssl through the CSS, so is it correct to say that the servers are handling the ssl processing and not the CSS?
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