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CSS and HTTPS redirection.

Hi all,

I have question related to this:

We want to connect our two web servers with different content to Internet. We want to use CSS. My question is if it is possible map one IP address to two whole different URLs. Every one URL is located on different server. Its related to https communication mainly.

For example one https session go to https://www.example.com/test and second to https://www.example.com/test2 but internally

it will be two servers.

Thanks a lot for answer.

BR

jl

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New Member

Re: CSS and HTTPS redirection.

this is no problem. have a look at the example here:

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/117/url_routing.pdf

replace the /*.gif and /*.html with /test/* and /test2/*, throw your server addresses in and you're almost there.

New Member

Re: CSS and HTTPS redirection.

Hi friend,

thanks a lot for info.

Is over there in Cisco web what Content switches

can do in all? I mean what they can do with L3 -L7 information and what I can expect to configure on them?

As you wrote I should replace the /*.gif and /*.html with /test/* and /test2/*.

When I want redirect request only to root /

for instance I should replace /*.gif with /*?

Am I right?

Thanks a lot for your help.

BR

jl

New Member

Re: CSS and HTTPS redirection.

you could either do that (/*) or simply omit the url section from that content rule.

New Member

Re: CSS and HTTPS redirection.

Hi,

thanks for sufficient advice..:)

I have last question. Is it possible when

we use 4 servers..2 servers(one group) with same web and two servers with other web. And we want to

direct first url for one group and to direct

second url for second group and do load balancing in every group. Is it possible?

Thanks alot for help.

BR

jl

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