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upstream-router in the one-arm transparent configuration

1- In the "one-arm transparent" configuration, why is the upstream-router service type set to transparent-cache?

2- If I change it to redundancy-up, will it mess up management return-traffic from our SCA's?

We are using the upstream-router service in our ACLs (prefer) to ensure management traffic is properly routed back via the appropriate default route. However, I want to optimize the VIP/Interface redundancy by using this service as a critical circuit/router service, but the instructions indicate that the service type needs to changed to redundancy-up.

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Re: upstream-router in the one-arm transparent configuration

I don't have the answer to 1 and 2.

But the solution to your problem is 2 configure 2 services.

One is transparent and used to forward traffic.

The other one is redundancy up and only used to monitor the upstream router.

Gilles.

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Cisco Employee

Re: upstream-router in the one-arm transparent configuration

I don't have the answer to 1 and 2.

But the solution to your problem is 2 configure 2 services.

One is transparent and used to forward traffic.

The other one is redundancy up and only used to monitor the upstream router.

Gilles.

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Re: upstream-router in the one-arm transparent configuration

Merci Gilles!

That's the solution I decided to implement.

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