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Ace redirection

I'm trying to have port 443 traffic terminate on the Ace pair, and talk to backend servers via port 10080 instead of  port 80, is that possible?

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yes, that is possible.Here is

yes, that is possible.

Here is a sample configuration:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/interfaces_modules/services_modules/ace/v3-00_A2/configuration/ssl/guide/sslgd/terminat.html#wp1146336

Just use the port 10080 instead of port80

serverfarm host SFARM1

  rserver SERVER1 10080

    inservice

 

Regards,
Devendra

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