I was wondering if anyone can tell me is there a specific way of having a VIP for two Cache Engines, but not on the CSS, but actually between the CE's themselves. So a master slave scenario?
The reason i ask is that I am following this guide: Document ID: 42162 that Giles posted for configuring a transparent cache with a css and configuring client side IP spoofing.
My network setup is as follows:
Mobiles -> GGSN ->Firewalls ->CSS -> WAP.
WAP -> CSS -> CE ->www -> CE ->CSS ->WAP
then WAP -> back to Mobile.
We only allow a x.x.72.250 VIP in and out on the firewall. Ultimately I also want both our cache engines to make requests from the WAP server IP's, which are in a group (wap-group) added as a service, so they get NAT'ed as the x.x.72.250 VIP on the way back out. This was my way of getting the CE's to be NAT'ed on to that same address as well.
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