Multiple "vserver" for different apps in a single VLAN (Bridge Mode)
I'm deploying Cat6500 with CSM-S & FWSM modules. Doing bridge mode for the CSM (and FWSM will do the inter-VLAN routing upfront).
There are 3 (three) different applications (Vidiator, BEA & XIAM) placed in the Internet VLAN. Each application consist of multiple servers. Two applications (BEA & XIAM) need to be load-balanced, and the other one (Encoder) in the same VLAN does NOT need to be load-balanced.
The questions are:
- Is it possible to create multiple virtual servers (vserver) for different applications (BEA & XIAM) on the same VLAN client/server ?
- Is it also possible to do Load Balancing only for some Servers (BEA & XIAM) on one VLAN, while other servers (Encoder) on the same VLAN do NOT need load-balance? If, so what is the method? If not, what should be done?
Below is the script for CSM-S that I'm planning to deploy, please kindly provide your comments and advices.
Re: Multiple "vserver" for different apps in a single VLAN (Brid
Thanks a lot for your respond.
1. For the multiple vservers.
Both applications provide HTTP service but think that I could run them on different port number: 80 and 8080. Will this work?
2. About the non-loadbalancing apps (encoder).
There are two servers and future adding is possible. They can work independently of each other. Both servers just provide FTP access, for content provider to upload files.
Since both servers will run the same service (FTP) and port number, I don't think we can create two vservers for them, right?
You also said that I could have the server in the internet vlan and client accessing it directly. Is this mean that no vserver config needed? So, from FWSM the client traffic will go straight to the servers (without passing the CSM)?
If this is possible, sound like good option to me.
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