Is it possible to create an slb policy using a single SSL Virtual Server that will redirect based on url, to a different port on the serverfarm. I've got a virtual server configured now without policies listening on port 443, which flows to a serverfarm that is running IIS, it works fine. Could I create a policy based on a url map that would redirect traffic to a different ssl port on the serverfarm. In other words the IIS server would be configured to listen on port 443 for one web site, and 444 on the other. Clients accessing the site would only see the standard HTTPS server. For example clients accessing https:\\xyz.com would be forwarded to port 443, clients accessing https:\\abc.com would be forwarded to port 444, again using the same serverfarm. I'm pretty sure I can make this work by multi-homing the web servers and creating two different serverfarms, but I was wondering if I could do this just using an slb-policy and associated url map.
How do you "create a serverfarm with the appropriate port?" It seems like this should be easy, but I haven't been able to find it in the docs or in NetPro.
In general, if I have an application that is publicized as reachable at destination port X, but in actuality the server daemons run on port Y, how do I have the CSM simply redirect the connection at layer 4? I understand that the CSM can facilitate an HTTP redirection at layer 7, but suppose the service is not HTTP. In reality, I *am* trying to redirect connections destined to port 80 to port 7778, but I want to do it "silently" at layer 4, rather than by employing HTTP Redirect. (I suspect redirects would mess up the application.)
VMware Trunk Port Group is supported from ACI version 2.1
VMM integration must be configured properly
ASA device package must be uploaded to APIC
ASAv version must be compatible with ACI and device package version
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