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one private ip nat with 40 public ip address

amiros
Nimbostratus
Nimbostratus

Hello All,

 

we have a setup for a customer :

 

 

IP address 10.130.0.1/32 

need to acces two URL sites with 40 public ip address changing in each session 

Private ip ====>40 public ip (non presistent ) ====www.domainA.com 

I really need your opnion on What is the best scinirio to do it with LTM\BPEM ?

Thank you 

Amir

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Kevin_Stewart
F5 Employee
F5 Employee

If I can restate your question, you have ONE private IP, 40 public IPs, and you need each "session" to take one of those IPs. Does this mean you have 40 internal clients?

Point is, if you need a client on the private side that needs to stick to one of the 40 public IPs, there has to be something unique about that client. A "session" in this case could be a browser cookie, user identity, etc.

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Kevin_Stewart
F5 Employee
F5 Employee

So you need a SNAT pool?

Yes, but one private ip is nattes with 40 public

so every session needs to be different up 

 

 

Kevin_Stewart
F5 Employee
F5 Employee

How are you defining a unique session?

A session defined a refresh to the web site 

or antoher session from the same private ip

 

 

Kevin_Stewart
F5 Employee
F5 Employee

If I can restate your question, you have ONE private IP, 40 public IPs, and you need each "session" to take one of those IPs. Does this mean you have 40 internal clients?

Point is, if you need a client on the private side that needs to stick to one of the 40 public IPs, there has to be something unique about that client. A "session" in this case could be a browser cookie, user identity, etc.

Hey kevin 

You are correct 

1 to 40 

its a call center browising to two we b sites