I have two DNS names that point to the same IP address ie www.aaa.com and www.bbb.com. I would like to create a policy to look at the incoming reqest and if it is for www.aaa.com perform a redirect so that the customer's browser then points to www.bbb.com. This is to overcome cert issues with the request being made to the wrong URL. It looks like this could be done with a DNS map but I don't have a GSLB license and that seems like it might be overkill for this one request. Anyone have any other suggestions??
with the csm you can create a header map to detect which host is being called.
map MAP1 header
match protocol http header Host header-value www.aaa.com
Then use the map with a policy like this
Finally, apply your policy to the vserver.
vip address x.x.x.x
My concern is that to work, the user has to come to your website in HTTP, to be redirected to the correct site and then be redirected to HTTPS.
If the user open a connection directly in HTTPS, then this won't work since the CSM will not see the host [it will be encrypted] and to perform the decryption you need to use the appropriate certificate.
My advice would be to take a new address, so that each site gets its own.
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