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Can you have a keepaliaves to a .asp page using port 443

Can you have a keepaliaves to a .asp page using port 443

For example:

service 1.2.3.4-443

ip address 1.2.3.4

port 443

protocol tcp

keepalive port 443

keepalive type https

keepalive uri "/anonymous/keepalive.asp"

active

I think it is NOT possible so what are the alternatives ?

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Cisco Employee

Re: Can you have a keepaliaves to a .asp page using port 443

port 443 is for ssl and therefore the traffic is supposed to be encrypted.

You can use GET request with HTTPS only if you have the SSL module and the latest 7.50 version.

The alternative is the ssl keepalive that initiate a SSL negotiation to verify if the server is still working fine.

Regards,

Gilles.

Thanks for rating this answer.

New Member

Re: Can you have a keepaliaves to a .asp page using port 443

Hi Gilles,

Can you confirm that encrypted (HTTPS) keepalives are not suppoorted if I don't have the SSL module?

This is for a CSS11503 running 7.50.1.03.

The service in this case is strictly for HTTPS traffic only.

Thanks,

Dan

Cisco Employee

Re: Can you have a keepaliaves to a .asp page using port 443

I can confirm.

You need an SSL module for HTTPS keepalive.

Gilles.

New Member

Re: Can you have a keepaliaves to a .asp page using port 443

SSL keepalive will have to do then!

Thanks Gilles.

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