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Using a content rule for port translation.

If I set up a content rule to grab traffic on a VIP on port 81, can I then send it to a server that is configured for port 80 ?

cheers,

Mike

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Re: Using a content rule for port translation.

Mike,

yes, you can.

Simply specify the port in the service definition and the CSS will do the nating.

Gilles.

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Re: Using a content rule for port translation.

If I receive a udp packet with the sourse port 123. Can CSS forward this packet to the Server, but replace sourse port to something greater than 1023 ???

As I know CSS doesn't NAT for udp ports less than 1023.

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