I have been having a few problems with NAT and gslb.
The scenario is as follows. I have two sites with one gslb in each location using rule based dns.. the dns and vips are statically nated behind pix using the static dns attribute.
If I do a lookup externally to the primary css dns I get the correct 'A' record for the VIP passed back and all works ok.. this is also the case for the backup site..
However I have now linked these two css via app and they are dynamically passing vips. Now if I suspend the primary site services (forcing failover to backup site) and do a dns lookup I get the real private 'A' record for the backup site which is no use.
I have tried configuring the primary pix with a static for the other sites global and private address (as suspected this did not work).. Has anyone come across this?
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