Cisco Application :: 4710 - Bypass Traffic With Source And Destination From Loadbalancing

Jul 30, 2012

I have a requirement to  bypass some specific traffic (with particular source to specific internet destination) in ACE 4710.
 
All the webtraffic (http and https) is configured to loadbalance to my proxies , i need to configure some specific traffic with source and destiantion to internet to byepass from this loadbalancing and directly got to outside interface .

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Cisco Application Networking :: How To Configure ACE 4710 Bypass Traffic From Servers To Internet

Jan 1, 2013

I'm looking for a way to configure Cisco ACE4710 loadbalancer to bypass traffic that is initiated from server side to Internet?Are there any way to configure this, so that the loadbalancer will not maintain session for this bypass traffic to maximize throughput?

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We have a pair of ACE 4710 devices in front of a TMG 2010 array (3 members) and are having some issues.  We have a nat pool on the ACE and need to be able to use integrated authentication in TMG since we are filtering URLs based on user ID.  For example some users might have access to certain websites that other users do not have access to.  TMG does all this fine when we send traffic directly to one of the TMG servers and it can successfully authenticate the user using the active directory username that was passed through.  The problem occurs when we send traffic through the ACE first, upon which time the user credentials are no longer appearing to TMG and the user is getting prompted for a username/password whenever they try to access a website. Even when they do enter their username and password (which they shouldn't have to do) the request is still denied by TMG since it is coming from "anonymous" instead of their actual username.
 
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Jun 12, 2011

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Mar 21, 2013

I've configured the ACE4710 to bring the logging to a syslog server! Here's the configuration

[...]
logging enable
logging fastpath

[Code]....
 
I saw to log with connection on the syslog server but It would be interesting to know the "source ip address" and my question is : It may be possible to configure for the logging a kind of "transparent pass through"?

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Cisco Application :: ACE 4710 - Source Base Policy

Jul 22, 2012

I hav ACE 4710, I am trying to configure a policy in which when specific Client tries to access the specific Destination. ACE should not send the traffic to load balancing. It should directly send to the next Hop.
 
I configred the below but didnt able to achieve my object.
 
access-list source_IP line 8 extended permit ip host 192.168.146.123 host 198.xx.xx.2
class-map match-all CM_BYPASS_SOURCE  2 match access-list source_IP
 
policy-map type loadbalance http first-match PM_L7_BYPASS_SOURCE  class class-default    forward
 
But I am not able to reach to destination. MY source traffic is still diverting to the Load balancing server. I dont want it to redirect to LB server

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i would like to monitor traffic between multiple source ports to multiple destination ports on a nexus 7k. i lknow when you set up monitor session is between source and destination (laptop or traffic analyser) but is there a way i can set up between source and multiple destination ports and capture that traffic ?

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I have a requirement to select a farm based on source IP address.  I tried creating a match all class-map that matches on the virtual-address and source address but I get this message.LB01/Admin(config-cmap)# match source-address x.x.x.75 255.255.255.255 Error: Only one match virtual-address is allowed in a match-all class-map and it cannot mix with any other match type To me this is the only place where it makes sense to set the source match criteria.

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Sep 6, 2012

Im having a (from google-fu) seemingly unique issue with load balancing. So for background, I am running the ACE 4710 device in "on a stick" mode, so I am using NAT and all that good stuff. I am also utilizing class maps and host header matching so I can save on IP space. [code]

Basically, as soon as I add that ACL_CLASS_beta.mainsite.com class map, all I get back from the ACE is RST packets and it comes back with an L7 LB Policy Miss.
 
It SEEMS like it should work, but it doesnt seem to like matching on those source addresses at all.

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Cisco Application :: ACE 4710 SIP - Server Initiated Traffic?

Aug 7, 2012

I have a Cisco ACE 4710 A5(1.2). Scenario: Inbound call from PSTN to SIP Phone. Call comes into the VIP and then load balances to sip server, the server then routes the call out via WAN to the SIP phone as below:

PSTN SIP Providor >(router)> ACE4710 > sip_server(s) > ACE4710 > (router) >SIP Phone
 
Note: Router is Cisco 3925 with "ip nat service sip udp port 5060" and Port 5060 mapped to the VIP of the ACE.If I put the sip server directly behind the router it works fine. From behind the ACE:
 
If I turn on sip inspect on the VIP the call setup (INVITE) and termination (BYE) work fine but the audio loops on the PSTN side from the mic to the speaker.If I turn OFF sip inspect then the audio is fine and mapped correctly but the call terminaton (SIP BYE) hits the VIP from the PSTN but never reaches the sip server.For ease and dianostics, I have turned off all sip servers except one meaning the load-balancer has only one server to choose from.SIP Call_id sticky is setup and seems to work, though irrelevent with one server only on test.How do I get the ACE to accept 'server initiated traffic' with sip inspect so it knows about the pending BYE when it comes back from the IP phone via the VIP?Config below, image attached. Bridged mode (also get the same result in routed mode)
 
access-list everyone line 8 extended permit ip any anyaccess-list everyone line 16 extended permit icmp any any
probe sip udp 1  description SIP Health Monitor  interval 30  expect status 200 200
rserver host server1  description Production SIP Server  ip address 10.44.56.172  conn-limit max 980 min 980  probe 1  inservice
serverfarm host sip  failaction purge  probe 1  rserver server1    inservice

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Can the ACE appliance behave as a reverse proxy for http and ssl traffic? I would assume it can given how it does SLB but SLB is not a requirement at this time.

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Apr 16, 2012

I have a internal subnet 192.168.3.0/24 sitting behind an ASA firewal 8.2 and would behind accessing to web server 192.168.11.54 which sits behind the outside interface of the ASA firewall.The access would be like this:
 
1) 192.168.3.0/24 will be accesing to the web server http://192.168.11.54
2) We would like to translate the source 192.168.3.0/24 to the firewall outside IP address
3) We would like to translate the destination web server 192.168.11.54 to 202.90.197.146 as well

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The Cisco ASDM or the event manager show wrong source/destination for teardown tcp messages:In this example the communication is an ssh session;from 1.1.1.1 -> 2.2.2.2 ssh and the connection is reseted by 2.2.2.2
 
The message build outbound is correct, i.e. source is 1.1.1.1 (message id is 302013)
 
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Aug 9, 2012

I'm trying to get ERSPAN working with an ERSPAN source on a Nexus 5548 and the ERSPAN destination on a Catalyst 6500.
 
The configuration on the Nexus is as follows:
 
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interface loopback0
ip address 192.168.2.133/32

[Code].....
 
If I do a netdr capture I can see ERSPAN traffic sourced from the Nexus reaching the C6500, but there doesn't appear to be anything sent out the ERSPAN destination inerface (Gi4/6) and there's nothing being received by the probe connected to that interface. I know the traffic seen with netdr is definitely the ERSPAN traffic sourced from the Nexus as I've changed the TTL and DSCP values within the monitor session on the Nexus and can see those changes reflected on the C6500 netdr capture. The attached is a screen grab of the show netdr capture started with debug netdr capture soure-ip-address 192.168.2.133.
 
When I look at the interface I see it shown as up/down (monitoring), but no output or counters clocking up. If I run a local SPAN session on the C6500 it works fine.
 
I've tried changing the destination IP address from that assigned to the C6500 Loopback interface to an IP address assigned to a physical interface, but that still doens't work.
 
The hardware in the C6500 is WS-SUP720-BASE Hw version 3.2 with WS-F6K-PFC3B Hw version 2.4. The IOS version is 12.2(33)SXI6.

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Feb 20, 2012

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access-list tcp_bypass_acl extended permit tcp 172.16.1.0 255.255.255.0 10.1.1.0 255.255.255.0
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class-map tcp_bypass_map
description "TCP traffic that bypasses stateful firewall"
match access-list tcp_bypass_acl

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Site B : 192.168.2.0/24
 
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When trying to configure ERSPAN on a ASR1006, I'm not getting any traffic on the destination port. ERSPAN flavour is LOCAL SPAN, as described in:
 
[URL]
 
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monitor session 1 type erspan-source
no shut
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Feb 22, 2013

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