Is it possible for a service, belonging to a content rule to reach that same content rule?
I have a service called serv1 with IP 192.168.44.10 listening in port 8080.
Another service called serv2 with IP 192.168.40.11 listening in port 8080 as well.
I have a content rule named cont1
this content rule is listening in port 80 and has assigned serv1 and serv2
Load balancing method is arrowpoint cookie.
VIP for cont1 is 192.168.45.100
Is it possible for either serv1 or serv2 to open a browser sessions and point to http://192.168.45.100 and be able to establish the communication?
I'm having that problem now, currently that VIP address is accesible to everyone in the intranet, but when I try to open a browser from either one of those 2 services, I get a Connection Reset By Peer. I'm not sure if this could be a routing problem or a css problem. Any help would be appreciated.
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