CGN and SLB , Are is compatible?

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    Hi, Everyone!

    I have a CGN-LAB with vthunder, and I now want to make an SLB-Server but the system says that first, I must remove CGN config before configuring SLB.

    Are CGN and SLB compatible in the same partition?

    My license is type CFW.

    Regards.
    Jonathan

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    Ryan Treser
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    Hi Jonathan,

    Currently CGN and SLB are not fully compatible in the same partition.
    What type of testing are you trying to accomplish?

    If this is just for testing purposes, we do have a command that can allow the configuration of both objects in the same partition, it was designed for client-IP header insertion in HTTPS requests, therefore we do NOT recommend it for production for any other use.

    That would be “allow-slb-cfg enable”

    Let me know if you have any other questions.

    Ryan Treser
    CGN Solutions Architect

    #16797

    Hi Ryan,

    Thank you very much for your help.

    Do you have a compatibility features matrix?

    Regards.
    Jonathan

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    Ryan Treser
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    Hi Jonathan,

    Are you referring to a compatibility matrix for the “allow-slb-cfg” command?
    If so, no we do not, the only officially tested feature is client-IP insertion for HTTPS.
    You can find more information on this in our IPv4-to-IPv6 Transition Solutions Guide, under the ‘Client IP Insertion in HTTPS Requests on CGN/IPv6’ section.

    That being said, I’ve used that command in my lab for various things and found that it can work for other features. However, again, not something I’d recommend in production.

    Ryan Treser
    CGN Solutions Architect

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