We have set up access to Microsoft OCS Front End Servers to be load balanced via ACE appliance. This is currently not working because I suspect that the ACE appliance does not alter (fixup) the IP addresses in the payload of the SIP packet. Is there any way I can specify the "SIP fixup" similar to ASA firewalls?
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BTW, the ACE appliance is "on a stick" implying that the source IP of the packet is NATed to the Serverfarm's IP address by the ACE
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