how a static entry under a "sticky" performs Configuring Static IP Address Sticky Table Entries Cisco Documentation Says When you configure a static entry, the ACE enters it into the sticky table immediately. Configuring the ACE Action on Server Failure failaction purge # The purge keyword specifies that the ACE remove the connections to a real server if that real server in the server farm fails after you enter the command. The ACE sends a reset (RST) to both the client and the server that failed. Cisco Documentation Says If you do not configure this command, the ACE takes no action when a server fails
We are using several contexts for each customer in our ACE module.One of the customer contexts needs to activate XML API to control their services.I've tried to activate it, but cannot get any http response, what can be missing?ACE10 version A2(3.6a)
class-map type management match-any HTTP-ALLOW_CLASS 2 match protocol http source-address 10.110.0.0 255.255.254.0 3 match protocol http source-address 10.60.208.80 255.255.255.248 class-map type management match-any HTTPS-ALLOW_CLASS 2 match protocol https source-address 10.110.0.0 255.255.254.0 3 match protocol https source-address 10.60.208.80 255.255.255.248
I trying configure ASN traffic load balance, but doesn't works.I have one Cisco Catalyst 6509 and onde Cisco Ace10 module, in my context "PanWEB" i have the interfaces above: [code] If i try to establish a telnet session(telnet 10.96.202.10 80) i see the SYN packet passing through the ACE and going to the real server, but, the server do not response the SYN packet. I done a capture in the server using wireshark and could see that the IP address of the destination is the VIP and not the rserver ip address , this is a problem? Why can not I have the SYN + ACK from the server?
I've been running into an issue with Cisco CSM for a number of years, but always found a way around it. Im attempting to get to the bottom of this to find out once and for all, if this is infact a limitation of the device, or a config issue/work around is possible.
Here is my situation. My CSM's are configured in bridging mode. Traffic works great, traffic bridges across vlans correctly. Everything works and have many instances of smilar configurations running in production. Every once and a while, a client requests that a "real" server (ie LWCMW-021) cannot ping its VIP address (10.95.88.68). I am assuming this is related to the NAT Server, but not 100% sure. Clients have requested this functionality for some type of application based purpose, but Im unaware if CSM in bridging mode can provide this or not.
real LWCMW-021 address 10.95.88.59 inservice ! real LWCMW-022 [Code]....
We have cisco ace 30 modules installed in cisco 6500 switches. For application availability purpose from the internet, we need to have some global site selector/3rd party devices with similar feature set that of cisco gss.
whether cisco ace is compatible to ge tintegrated with other 3rd party devices like F5 GTM?
I have installed ANM 5.2 virtual appliance.I have an issue importing a Catalyst 6500 device.When I try to import it, I get the following error: Device discovery failed: Cannot communicate to the device.Authentication failure while attempting to connect. Verify the device type and credentials. I double verified and the credentials are correct.I user SSH version 2.I use the following special carachters in the password: "!" and space.I don't use enable password to connect to the 6500 device. The 6500 device has a privilege 15 username.In ANM, the enable password is a requirement so I just fill in the regular password.I think the issue is appearing due to one of the following:
1.) The ANM does not support the special carachters I use in the 6500 password.
2.) Then ANM requires enable password, while I don't use enable password in the 6500 switch.
The 6500 runs SXI6 software version.I can't configure an enable password or configure a test username without special carachters beacause it's against the organization's policy.
I have done this in the past but I cannot find it anywhere......how do you display the uptime of a CSM module in a 6500? The chassis has an uptime of over 2 years, but I believe the CSM module was power cycled at some point within that 2 years and I need to find out if we may be running in to the bug that occurs after 828days of uptime. We are running 4.2(6) on the CSM and 12.2(18)SXF1 IOS on the SUP.
First of all, I want you to know that I do understand that it's not a good design at all, but I still need to implement it.My ACE20 in 6500 works in routed mode with VLAN 101 (10.0.101.0/24) as the client-side VLAN. I therefore have Vlan101 SVI (10.0.101.1/24) on 6500.I also have VLAN 200 (10.0.200.0/24) on 6500 with SVI Vlan200 (10.0.200.1/24) and I want to create a static bidirectional NAT so that clients, connecting to IP address in VLAN 200 (10.0.200.64) would be NATed to VIP (10.0.101.10).Let's say we have clients (10.0.500.0/24) connecting through gig1/0/1.Here is my current setup on 6500.
I was asked to mount ACESMs on each of the CAT6K switches of a VSS cluster (one ACESM on each individual switch).On a non-VSS environment, the "svclc module <slot> vlan-group <group>" command is used to bind the VLAN group to the module on a certain slot. But now I am facing a VSS scenario, I will need to combine switch and slot in order to reference each of the individual modules...
How do I "index" each of the ACESMs in a VSS cluster? ¿Is there an extension of the aforementioned command to be able to combine switch and slot information?
i have configure new ACE 30 module on top of 6500 core switch , the issues am facing whenver i want to access to https://ACE_IP and after i enter the user name and the password , it's forwared me to the follwoing page: is there anything should i configure to avoid this page ?
I have an ACE10-6500-K9 (Application Control Engine service module for Catalyst 6500) but I can't access it because I lost the admin password.I would like to know how to perform a Password Recovery Procedure on this device.Is it similar to the password recovery procedure on an ACE 4700 appliance?
I have Cisco 6500 with FWSM and ACE module which are in one central DC. Also we have four different Datacenter (Hub & spoke) and in our FWSM we have configured four contexts in central DC FWSM for each DC. Each DC servers are different VLAN and IP subnet. Now we have to configure ACE module for load balancing among those different subnet servers. What will be the design and configuration for this solution? Like routed or one-arm mode design.
Now customer requirement is we have to load balance using ACE between these App Servers which are in different context s in FWSM and one Server is not FWSM. how to configure or design or placement of ACE and FWSM for above scenario.
Since the ACE supports only static routing, when pointing a default route from the ACE what is your preferred method when using multiple 6500s with an ACE in each in a failover scenario to prevent just pointing at one 6500? Static route to an HSRP address? Multiple static routes on the ACE, etc?
I want to load balance between two webservers using ACE10 working in bridging mode, but when putting the VIP in the url i'm getting page not found, tried many configurations but didn't work, here is the latest one
logging enable logging buffered 7 access-list ALL line 8 extended permit ip any any
I am trying to configure below commands in Cisco 4506 E with SUP 6 LE but these commands are not not supporting in the switch.Even QOS command is not taking in the siwtch....This was working fine in Cisco 4500 with SUP 2..not i upgared to 4506 E with Sup 6 LE.
qos dblqos map dscp 0 to tx-queue 2qos map dscp 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 to tx-queue 4qos map dscp 34 36 38 to tx-queue 4qos map cos 3 to dscp 26 qos map cos 5 to dscp 46 qos
I have lets say a /24 directly connected via a vlan on a C6500 in the network.I'm trying to migrate some servers/devices away from it , however I need to move parts of it away bit by bit ( For example a /32 or a /30 that make up the /24 )Ive tried a direct ip route x.x.x.x 255.255.255.255 y.y.y.y and even a ip route x.x.x.x 255.255.255.255 y.y.y.y 1
Yet it still prefers the directly connected range ( as I pretty much expected. )
Is there any way I get it to prefer a static route over a directly connected?
I just turned my computer IP address changed. I tried to get a uk ip address for accessing some information on internet. But my computer stopped supporting internet server to access it. I got some information from the [URL]... but unable still to find access.
I have recently purchased ASR1002-RP1-ESP5 with 2 x 4K Broadband licenses to be used as LNS. Cisco have sent me PAK files for the licenses however when I try to enter the licenses into the device I get an error message saying that Licensing is not supported on this platform.
Any experience with this platform and installation of the broadband licenses?
When I spoke to Cisco TAC they told me that for this particular model the licensing is on "trust" basis where you buy license and do not install it on the actual router - similar to what 7200 used to do.
I know this is a small business appliance I got my ccna certification with the hope of practice my CLI skills with a cisco device however I read in cisco docs the small business routers doesn´t support talnet neiter ssh I mean CLI, is thta true ?
Im wondering if the Adaptive Security Services Module has some of the same function as a ASA 5500.Can we configure a IPSec VPN tunnel, SSL VPN tunnel or IPS on a C6500 with ASA-SM or do we need a specific line card for those tasks?