I have a need to use 1 CSS to balance server farms that reside on 2 different PIX segments. So Internet traffic destined for a server farm on "DMZ 1" would be balanced and traffic destined for a server farm on "DMZ 2" would be balanced through the same CSS. Also, I have a 2nd CSS for redundancy. I am not sure of the best way to accomplish this and keep traffic routing through the proper PIX interface.
Right now I have the CSS connected to both DMZ's and all VIP's are in in "DMZ1". When I connect to a VIP with servers in "DMZ2" it seems to work OK. I had to set the defalt gateway of the servers in DMZ2 to the VLAN interface on the CSS. The problem is that when one of those servers tries to initiate a connection to the Internet, it can't since the gateway is the CSS and the CSS only has 1 default route and that is through DMZ1. So now I have asymetric routing through the PIX.
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