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one arm configuration - source machine corresponds to the service ip addres

would like to create a content which is going to advance-balance on a cookie string and which is going, depending on the string, to either use service 1 or 2

Both services are on the same machine the only difference is the port number.

The problem is that the machine hitting the content is the same machine as the services.

Is there a way to make this work ?

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Cisco Employee

Re: one arm configuration - source machine corresponds to the se

the only way I can see it working is by using a group.

So, you configure something like

conf t

group TEST

vip address x.x.x.x

add destination service XXXXport1

add destination service XXXXport2

active

!

The vip address is the same as the one of the content rule.

I didn't try it yet but if this does not work, I don't think there is

a solution.

Gilles.

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Re: one arm configuration - source machine corresponds to the se

Gilles thanxs for the reply - the config I've got right now is simplified but I cannot make it work

service labelle3-versiony

protocol tcp

port 8082

ip address 192.168.1.3

active

content versionrouting

vip address 192.168.1.13

protocol tcp

port 80

add service labelle3-versiony

active

group version

vip address 192.168.1.13

add destination service labelle3-versiony

active

-------------------------------------------------------------

The problem is that I try to hit the content from a machine 192.168.1.10

for exemple by doing a telnet 192.168.1.13 80 on 192.168.1.10 and

but the service ip address is a virtual IP defined on this same machine (meaning 192.168.1.3 is defined on 192.168.1.3)

Cisco Employee

Re: one arm configuration - source machine corresponds to the se

can you do a tcpdump or a capture a sniffer trace on this device.

See if it sends packets correctly and if the CSS replies correctly.

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