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Can sticky and cookie insert be a L4 process?

Hi,

I currently have sticky and cookie insert as a layer 7 process. I would like to know if I can configure sticky and the cookie insert as a layer 4 process to consequently improve performance?

My current config:

class-map type http loadbalance match-any L7-URL

2 match http url .*.

policy-map type loadbalance first-match prod-powerimage

class L7-URL

sticky-serverfarm Sticky-Insert-Cookie

insert-http src-ip header-value "%is:%ps:%id:%pd"

class class-default

serverfarm prod-server

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Cisco Employee

Re: Can sticky and cookie insert be a L4 process?

You don't necesarily need to match on url (you can use class-default)But the act of cookie insert and cookie sticky as well as inserting a header will keep it L7.

New Member

Re: Can sticky and cookie insert be a L4 process?

I see, so I would still be limited to 100,000 (or whatever that number is) L7/SSL connections.

John...

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