Management Interface and In Band Network Overlap

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Management Interface and In Band Network Overlap

L1 Bithead

Hello,

I have the management interface of some PAs in the 10.10.10.0/24 management network. This is the a corporate management network for network devices etc. I also want to inspect traffic on this network and have assigned a interface/security zone with the default gateway for the management network on the PAs. I am having trouble getting the routing to work inband vs default management route. the fib takes  traffic destined for the network devices and sends down the management interface. I have included a simple network diagram.Any ideas on how to accomplish this?

Thank you

 

 

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-Nathan
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L5 Sessionator

That doesn't seem possible since the management interface isn't bound to a virtual router and e1.10 should be. 

Can you provide output on the mgmt interface configuration and the routing table output that shows the traffic flow?

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L5 Sessionator

That doesn't seem possible since the management interface isn't bound to a virtual router and e1.10 should be. 

Can you provide output on the mgmt interface configuration and the routing table output that shows the traffic flow?

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