I have two pix conneting to ISP. I do not have NAT configured so I am using public address for my servers. Network is redundant per se.
Problem is when user trying to access a web site on a server that is behind the PIX 2, incoming traffic is coming on PIX1 and then to the server and server is sending response through PIX 2. When user PING, user gets reply but when user try to access the web site, it doesn't work. Both PIX has the same configuration in terms of port open etc. etc. What could be the problem?
It sounds like your topology is misconfigured. For stateful packet filtering to work properly, all traffic must pass through single PIX. If you are just running failover between the two PIXs, this isnt your issue. You might be running into question 15 on the PIX FAQ http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/110/pixfaq.shtml#Q15
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