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barracuda 340 configuration issue

I have a Barracuda 340 installed behind an ASA 5505 and in-front of a web server.
From the web server ('real' server) I can:
1) get to the Internet
2) go to localhost and have it bring up the right page

I have no problems getting to the admin web console

I can't get to it from the public side.  I'm wanting to run the device as a load balancer only.  Do I have to turn something off?
Thanks!
Brian
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Networking_EnthusiastCommented:
    A good place to start (if you haven't already) is to check the policy settings on the security appliance (Cisco firewall). Is there a policy in place to allow outside inbound traffic from "wherever" to the load balancer)?
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brianinlongmontAuthor Commented:
Yes I checked that to make sure all of the access-list stuff was correct on the Cisco.  I think since I can get to it from the 192.168.2.* network to the 192.168.50.* (where the Barracuda) is to run the admin console.
Seems like it should be working and nothing jumps out at me as to what it could be.
Thanks,
Brian
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Networking_EnthusiastCommented:
To clarify,

  Is it the case that you can get to it from internally (one side of the firewall) but not from the external, public facing side?

                                        Public side               Internal            
   (can't get in from this side)      Firewall---->Barracuda------>Server
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brianinlongmontAuthor Commented:
Yes, that is the case
public -> ASA5505 vlan1 192.168.2.*
                               vlan2 192.168.50.254 -> Barracuda WAN 192.1268.50.253
Barracude Lan side: 10.1.1.253

real server 1 (currently the only server) 10.1.1.100 w/ GW back to 10.1.1.253

real server 1 can get to the outside (Internet)
vlan1 can get to the admin console on the Barracuda
service vip:192.168.50.253 -> 10.1.1.100 both the service and real server have green dots.
I can ping from the ASA to the Barracuda, I have several other VLANS and the Barracuda one is set up similarly and I think it is setup okay since I can get to the Internet from the real server?

I hope this helps.
Thanks!
Brian

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Networking_EnthusiastCommented:
Ensure that whatever IP's you wish to use to access the Barracuda are included on the
Basics > Administration page for management access; specify specific IP's or whole subnet ranges.
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brianinlongmontAuthor Commented:
I appreciate the response but admin access to the Barracuda device is not the issue.  The issue is public access to 'real' server.
Thanks,
Brian
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Networking_EnthusiastCommented:
Apologies, when you wrote that you could not access "it" from the public side, I thought you meant the Barracuda...oops.
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brianinlongmontAuthor Commented:
Any ideas?  Do you think I need to contact Barracuda?
Thanks!
Brian
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Networking_EnthusiastCommented:
That may be a good next step.... the issue could lie on any one of the devices, so maybe Barracuda could solve or eliminate at least one part of the puzzle.
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brianinlongmontAuthor Commented:
Not any qualified Barracuda load balancer experts available to adequestly address the problem or come to a resolution.
Thanks anyway.
Broam
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maruda85Commented:
THAT IS NOT SOLUTION!!!
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