CSS11500 - Can CSS load balance non-http traffic on port 80

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Nov 30th, 2007

Hi - I'm trying to configure a content rule that matches port 80 and then load balances the traffic to some servers on a different port.

The doumentation says that the default application type is http. I cannot change the application type as the application is bespoke. Will this affect how the CSS processes the traffic if it is non-http.

Many Thanks in advance

Dom

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Gilles Dufour Sun, 12/02/2007 - 01:47

the application type comes into play only for L7 rules. So, if you do not ask the CSS to analyse the traffic (ie: http cookie loadbalancing), then you can loadbalance whatever protocol on port 80.

Just make sure it stays a L4 rule.

Gilles.

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