I have this scenario
Now, some administrators behind a firewall connected to the front-end (vlan_one) need to reach the back-end servers directly. So that routing between Routing Domains #1 & #2 should be enabled.
How can I perform the routing between both Route Domains?
I disabled the "strict isolation" on both Route Domains, plus within the Route Domain #1 (Front-End) I set the Route Domain #2 (Back-End) as his parent Domain.
But the routing does not seems to work.
Do you think this is the right way to do that? Or did I left something?
Regards in advance.
Take into account this:
"When you create a route domain, you can associate a parent route domain. When the BIG-IP system is unable to find a necessary route in the child domain, the system can then search an associated parent route domain for a possible route."
I suspect that you have one route configured in your child domain to reach your destination. You can check with:
Anyway, your best chance is to route traffic between route domains using an external router.
Thank you both for your inputs. By using tcpdump and other features at the perimeral firewall, we realized that the problem was not caused at the BIG-IP LTM itself, but in the firewall configuration.