I have 2 identical IIS Webserver that host multiple sites. I also have 2 CSS11050 . The way I configured is to give each site its own public IP. As the number of sites increase, I run out of public IP address. I heard that CSS has NAT feature but I am not sure if it helps to solve my problem. Any advice would much appreciate.
if you have configured some web sites with different IP addresses, how NAT can help you? The only way to solve your problem is configuring one IP address for many sites (in the frontend VLAN of CSS, but this is not related to NAT) and do balancing between the two servers. The way you can configure services (in the backend VLAN of CSS) can be various: you can configure just one Private IP for each server and associate every site to it or configure one private IP for each site of each server. In the first case you can choose to configure just one content for every site or one content for each site, in the second case you have to configure one content for each site.
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