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Juniper ssg VIP - can't get to the internet on the computer with the vip

Posted on 2011-09-23
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On my juniper i have a VIP set up for port 13000 and port 14000.   This is so that i don't have to use another ip address to create a MIP.    The funny thing is on the server that i have created the VIP or port forward for i can't get on the internet.  i can't ping by IP or name.    Any ideas anyone?
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by:Sanga Collins
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Are you able to ping other IP addresses in your LAN. Usually a misplaced policy or incorrect route prevents traffic flow in a juniper device. Those are the first two places you should check.

On the server itself make sure the correct default gateway is configured.
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Nevermind.  i figured it out.  i had both a mip and a vip going to the same server.  took the MIP out and now all is good.  thx
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by:techlinden
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Figure it out.
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by:Sanga Collins
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Nice one! Sometimes it's the smallest details that cause the biggest hicups
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Nice one! Sometimes it's the smallest details that cause the biggest hicups
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