ACE module https Probe operation question with nested request method
Could someone kindly provide an explanation in regard to the https probe (standard https probe provided with ACE) operation?
What I'm trying to determine/uderstand is how does the ACE interpert the expected status code, since I am not terminating SSL in the ACE or is it even neccessary for me to include the expected status code.
When the probe is being applied, does the ACE look for the handshaking routine (client hello, etc) to built the session ID, and then sends an "get" to check the status code? I'm trying to understand if the ACE is not terminating the SSL, is the return code status encrypted or not encrypted.
One of our server admin would like to send an specific request, like the command below, and I wasn't sure if it would work. Unfortunatly i do not have a spare ACE module to do some testing.
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