An HTTPS probe is similar to an HTTP probe except that it uses SSL to generate encrypted data. HTTPS probes are hardware assisted, which causes the ACE to send them from the data plane instead of the control plane. This feature causes the ACE to use the routing table (which may bypass the real server IP address) to direct HTTPS probes to their destination regardless of whether you specify the routed option or not in the ip address command.
Also, ACLs may impact HTTPS probes if you apply them incorrectly.
The server response must include the Content-Length header for the expect regex or hash command to function. Otherwise, the probe does not attempt to parse the regex or hash value.
The version in the ClientHello message sent to the server indicates the highest supported version. By default, the probe supports all as the SSL version. You can configure the version of SSL that the probe supports by using the ssl version command in probe HTTPS configuration mode. The syntax of this command is as follows:
ssl version all | SSLv3 | TLSv1
The keywords are as follows:
â¢all-(Default) Specifies all SSL versions.
â¢SSLv3-Specifies SSL version 3.
â¢TLSv1-Specifies TLS version 1.
By default, the HTTPS probe accepts any of the RSA configured cipher suites. You can configure the probe to expect a specific type of RSA cipher suite from the back-end server by using the ssl cipher command.
Kindly sent the out of the 'show probe detail'
So that I can see what is the expec status is returned.
Can you try to add connection term forced in your probe config as By default, the ACE terminates a TCP connection gracefully by sending a FIN to the server. To configure the ACE to terminate a TCP connection by sending a RST, use the connection term command.This command applies only to TCP-based probes.
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