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Redirecting ports on a CSS

How can I redirect a tcp/udp port through a CSS ??? I have an application running on VLAN2 and it needs to connect to a server running on VLAN3. This application first go to a vip address in the CSS, and this vip is balancing the service across TCP port 1352 in a Raptor Fw. The log in the Raptor said "Non-transparent call from x.x.x.x" ... Any susggestion ???

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Re: Redirecting ports on a CSS

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Re: Redirecting ports on a CSS

Sorry, but the link is dead

Cisco Employee

Re: Redirecting ports on a CSS

what do you want to see exactly ?

You want the connection to vip port 1352 to be sent to server port ?

If so, you can just configure the port under the service definition and the CSS will do the translation automatically.

The command is just 'port '

Gilles.

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Re: Redirecting ports on a CSS

Partially, yes.

The problem is that the some servers are in the DMZ, before the firewall and attached to one CSS, and the other servers are in the inside, attached to other CSS. We are doing the firewall load balancing between CSS.

Cisco Employee

Re: Redirecting ports on a CSS

If you're only doing firewall loadbalancing, the CSS is not going to NAT the traffic or change any port.

Your firewalls should be doing this.

If you also have a VIP defined with services, each service representing a server, you can configure different port for each one of them.

If you still need more help, please give us an example of traffic flow with traffic before and after the CSS and what you expect to see.

Gilles.

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