How is the ACE supposed to implement x-forward-for? For http request headers where there is an existing x-forward-for header, the ACE should be appending to existing header. Instead, the ACE is adding a second x-forward-for header in the same http request. This is causing issues with backend servers that are parsing the headers.
The standard is for proxy devices to append the last source IP address to the list of existing addresses. So, the value of the X-Forward-For field would be client ip, proxy 1, proxy2, ... The true client IP address would be the first left-most IP address that is not an RFC 1918 address.
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==================== VIC FNIC driver does not support Virtual Volumes (
second level LUN ID ) An enhancement request has been created to track
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