Everything on my network goes into one 6513 containing 2XCSMs. I'm trying to migrate from IOS SLB to the CSMs, but if I move one of my servers into a CSM server VLAN (making the CSM the hosts default gateway) I can no longer get to the real server for management - load balancing works fine. Is the only solution to this to put an MSFC VLAN interface in the VLAN too and static route local IPs to that, or am I doing something wrong?
you can access your server depending on the config you have in two ways:
- If you have bridged-mode just connect to the servers
- if you have routed mode configure a vserver using a serverfarm FORWARD_IT which look like this:
no nat server
no nat client
This is more or less a just route from one vlan to the other vlan on the CSM. I think that you will have direct access to your servers if the rest of the routing is fine. Maybe you can think of limiting the access to the reals by placing an ACL in the vserver or anywhere else.
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