We're running ACE SM and have a recurcive config requirement, where a front end VIP would load balance a packet between 2 back-end proxy servers which, it turn, would send the packet to the back-end VIP. We're trying to determine if we need to SNAT the egress packets based on the fact that the proxy servers retain source addresses of the client, as oppose to replacing it with their own.
Does anybody happen to know if proxy servers do infact retain the clients IP addresses or replace them with their own?
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