CSS and webservers

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Feb 19th, 2007

We are looking to get a 11501. The one requirement is that the webservers be able to access the site that they are members of. For example, webserver1 which is a member of the www.domain.com web cluster. We need to be able to log onto that web server, and browse http://www.domain.com. I know other products out there, like foundry, can do that. Can the 11501 do that?

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Correct Answer by sbilgi about 9 years 7 months ago

Use a domain name and a virtual IP address (VIP) in a content rule when you want the CSS to match content requests going to a specific domain at a specific VIP. If the CSS is serving more than one VIP at the domain name, configure two domain name content rules and specify the different VIPs.

This configuration is shown in the sample running-config below. Note that because the IP addresses in the example below are contiguous, you could use the vip address range command to specify a VIP range of 2.

content domainRule1

vip address 192.168.1.1

protocol tcp

port 80

url "//www.domain.com/*"

add service Serv1

activate

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sbilgi Fri, 02/23/2007 - 13:08

Use a domain name and a virtual IP address (VIP) in a content rule when you want the CSS to match content requests going to a specific domain at a specific VIP. If the CSS is serving more than one VIP at the domain name, configure two domain name content rules and specify the different VIPs.

This configuration is shown in the sample running-config below. Note that because the IP addresses in the example below are contiguous, you could use the vip address range command to specify a VIP range of 2.

content domainRule1

vip address 192.168.1.1

protocol tcp

port 80

url "//www.domain.com/*"

add service Serv1

activate

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