css11500 redirect what??

Hey I got a css11503 from cisco

I'd like to know

at the moment www.itchlive.com points to the css
the css redirects the  user to www1.itchlive.com or www2.itchlive.com

I have a problem cause our system cannot handle the www1 and www2, Since we got a system wich shows up certain pages according to the domain name a user typed in.

What I'd like to know
is it possible to have the css handle www.itchlive.com but keep using www.itchlive.com 
So that the user won't see www1 or www2 but only www ??

I understand the css doesn't do NAT or internal routing, is this possible to keep the domain name the same?

And how to do this?
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Your CSS should be setup so there is a VIP configured for www.itchlive.com.
Next, you configure the real servers as www1.itchlive.com and www2.itchlive.com.

your config should look something like this:
                                                        vlan1             vlan2

real servers are in rfc1918 space(private), FW NATs for the VIP to a public IP which
is www.itchlive.com. This works!


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ro8inmorganAuthor Commented:
Ok I understand but what options I have to take to keep the user at the virtual ip??

Cause now my users are redirected to the real ip.

They connect on the virtual ip but are immediatly redirected to the real servers ip.

I want to keep the user connected at the virtual ip How do I do this??

you must have set things up incorrectly, your VIP ip should be different than your real ips, in your
case this must not be the case.

ro8inmorganAuthor Commented:
Found the awnser myself, Its quite simple actually configure it normally but I had my services set to redirect instead of local cause I couldn't get local to work. Today I found how to enable the local function, I forgot to set my source groups. Everything work well now :)
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