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ACE HTTP requests

Hello,

I currently have a Serverfarm consisting of 6 Servers Load Balancing HTTP requests (Port 80) from the VIP to the Real Servers.

I now have a requirement to load balance another application on the same Real Servers  using the same VIP however the URL to be used is using Port 1880 within HTTP.

http://10.10.90.1:1880/Service.asmx

Any advice on how to configure this on the ACE would be appreciated.

thanks

Ian.

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ACE HTTP requests

Hi Ian,

Send me the running-config you have right now, let me know the VIP address and I can send you the configuration you need for the new URL

For this new URL the servers are expecting the traffinc in port 80 or 1880?

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Cesar R
ANS Team

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ACE HTTP requests

Cesar,

The VIP will be the same as already used for the Web Servers. I have attached the config.

The new application will use http with the TCP Port of 1880.

thanks

Ian.

Re: ACE HTTP requests

Ian,

Maybe something like this:

##########################################

policy-map multi-match int56

  class VIP_Plumtree_1880

    loadbalance vip inservice

    loadbalance policy VIP_WEB-l7slb_1880

    loadbalance vip icmp-reply

class-map match-all VIP_WEB_1880

  2 match virtual-address 10.10.90.1 tcp eq 1880

class-map type http loadbalance match-all MATCH-URL-1880

  2 match http url /Service.asmx.*

sticky ip-netmask 255.255.255.255 address source Sticky_Group_WEB_1880

  serverfarm SF_WEB_1880

  replicate sticky

policy-map type loadbalance first-match VIP_WEB-l7slb_1880

  class MATCH-URL-1880

    sticky-serverfarm Sticky_Group_WEB_1880

  class class-default

    sticky-serverfarm Sticky_Group_WEB_1880

serverfarm host SF_WEB_1880

  description WEB1&2

  rserver RS_WEB1 1880

    conn-limit max 4000000 min 4000000

    inservice

  rserver RS_WEB2 1880

    conn-limit max 4000000 min 4000000

    inservice

##########################################

Jorge

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Re: ACE HTTP requests

Jorge,

Thanks for the update.

I will give that a try.

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