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Balzz

TRIBE Member
I'm getting desparate here - has anyone used a Cisco 11000 CSS with a Secure Content Accelerator? I'm at my wit's end...I'm not even sure if it's a problem with the documentation or with me.

Check this out:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/webscale/css/scacfggd/sca_ch_2.htm#xtocid1472717

The switch is split into 3 VLANs -

10.176.1.1/24
10.176.10.1/24
10.100.0.0/16

Now scroll down to the owner section of the running-config. It reads:

content http-secure-port-81
vip address 10.176.11.100
add service s1
add service s2
add service s3
add service s4
protocol tcp
port 81
url "/secure/*"
active

Where the hell did 10.176.11.100 come from? It's not in any of the VLANs. :mad:
 

stargurl*

TRIBE Member
I know basically nothing about Cisco equipment, but doesn't that owner section create content rules by defining virtual servers (10.176.11.100) then assign real servers to each content rule?
 

Balzz

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by stargurl*
I know basically nothing about Cisco equipment, but doesn't that owner section create content rules by defining virtual servers (10.176.11.100) then assign real servers to each content rule?
Yup, that's exactly what it does. But the sample config has the virtual server at 10.176.11.100 which isn't in the range of any VLAN created on the switch.

I've set up my lab almost identical to their document (different subnets) and assigned a virtual IP address that resides within VLAN1, but now I'm having no success initiating the SSL section. I'm not sure if there's a typo in the document or if there's something I'm missing. This documentation is ass.
 
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