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sorry server request

Hi,

we have two CSS11503 to load balance http and https traffic, we have to know the source IP packet of request to a Sorry Server when all the services on the content are down.

I mean, when all services into the content are down a request from a client i forwarded to the primary sorry server, is the source IP of the request the load balancer IP address, or is the client IP address wherefrom the request starts?!

Thanks

Cinzia

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Re: sorry server request

By default we do not source nat the client ip address.

But if the sorry server is at a remote location, you will NEED to do source nat for the connection to work, otherwise the sorry server will respond directly to the client bypassing the CSS and the client will not appreciate seeing a response from a different ip than the vip.

You could use a redirect sorry server, so that a redirect response is sent to the client which does open a new connection directly with the sorry server.

Gilles.

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