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the css could do this function ?

the clients have 6 real servers and every server binding some ip addresses in the same subnet.

example:

server1's ip address 10.0.0.1

binding 10.0.0.2 10.0.0.3 10.0.0.4

the clients wants users of outside can access the services supplyed theses ip addresses through one vip addresses.

thanks in advances

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Cisco Employee

Re: the css could do this function ?

the CSS uses services.

You can create a service for each ip.

The CSS does not care if the ip addresses belong to the same server. It will just consider each ip as a service.

Use all the services under a content rule and traffic will be loadbalanced between all the ip addresses.

Gilles.

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Re: the css could do this function ?

thanks

another question is that if these ip addresses supply different services through one vip address, users of outside can access these service ?

Cisco Employee

Re: the css could do this function ?

depends on your config.

If your content rule is a layer3 rule [no port defined] you can access all service [tcp/udp ports] through the same vip.

If you are using L4 content rule [a port is specified] then you need to configure a content rule for each service.

The vip address can be the same.

Gilles.

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