11-06-2015 11:40 AM
I have a 620
I have a cable modem that goes to a netgear.thag goes into GE 1/8. the port is configured for vlan 1 in access mode and the default uplink is set for vlan 1 and the defualt gateway is set for 10.1.1.1 (IP of negear interface)
Then I have a DSL in briged mode that goes directly to port FE 1/6. I have 4 IP addresses 50.0.x.40-43.
I have a vlan 1014 that is trunked on FE 1/5. I want to do a nat translation that says anything from 50.0.x.40:443 go to 10.10.14.10 443 or anything 50.0.x.40:8080 go to 10.10.14.11:8080. I have the DST-NAT I htink configured. The problem I have is that since the default route is 10.1.1.1, I don't get a response form the server. So how do I say if the source is 50.0.x.40 go to this host, and if the source is 10.10.14.10 respond with the same IP, using the same gateway? Does that make sense?
I'm really in a jam here with this.
11-08-2015 09:27 AM
That should be possible using ESI. See for configuration at http://www.arubanetworks.com/techdocs/ArubaOS_64_Web_Help/Content/ArubaFrameStyles/ESI/ESI_Configuration_Overvi.htm
Haven't seriously looked at it myself (still on my TODO list) but I'm sure somebody else can help you further if that webhelp isnt sufficient.
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