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ACE access to rserver by port number

We are converting an old CSS LB to a new ACE. Since the old CSS was in a one armed config and our application used custom port numbers I need to know how to have the ACE load balance to a server using non standard ports.

Here is example.

3 servers, server A uses port 20000 server B uses port 20001 server C user port 20002

each server is on its own ip address

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ACE access to rserver by port number

Hi,

Here is the sample config for one arm mode.

http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Basic_Load_Balancing_Using_One_Arm_Mode_with_Source_NAT_on_the_Cisco_Application_Control_Engine_Configuration_Example

for custom port numbers, make sure you configure specific ports under rserver

serverfarm host custom

rserver A 20000

inservice

rserver B 20001

inservice

...

Regards,

Siva

ACE access to rserver by port number

Hi,

Something which you should take into account that when you have a serverfarm with different servers hearing on different, it might be possible that the requests can be sent to a server which hears on "another port", then it is better to have everything separated

serverfarm host 20000-services

rserver service1 20000

inservice

rserver service2 20000

inservice

serverfarm host 20001-services

rserver service3 20001

inservice

rserver service4 20001

serverfarm host 20002-services

rserver service5

or even something like this:

serverfarm host 20001-services

rserver server1 20001

inservice

rserver server2 20001

inservice

serverfarm host 20002-services

rserver server1 20002

inservice

rserver server2 20002

inservice

Hope this helps

Jorge

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ACE access to rserver by port number

Yes it does, thank you. Exactly what I was looking for

Dave

ACE access to rserver by port number

It sounds great.

Jorge

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