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CSS header-field redirect

Hi,

We have need to redirect mobile users to site that has an optimized view for the content. There are 32 devices needing to be redirected, by matching the User Agent field in the HTTP header.

Do I need to create 32 individual L5 rules or will the CSS do an "OR" funtion on the fields defined in a single header group?

Thanks,

Pat

!********************* HEADER FIELD GROUP *********************

header-field-group Usablenet

description " Match User Agent"

description " Match User Agent"

header-field 1 user-agent contain "AU-MIC"

header-field 2 user-agent contain "AUDIOVOX"

header-field 3 user-agent contain "Alcatel"

header-field 4 user-agent contain "BlackBerry"

header-field 5 user-agent contain "Blazer"

header-field 6 user-agent contain "Danger\ hiptop"

header-field 6 user-agent contain "DoCoMo"

header-field 7 user-agent contain "Ericsson"

header-field 8 user-agent contain "Googlebot-Mobile"

header-field 9 user-agent contain "Handheld"

header-field 10 user-agent contain "Klondike"

content Test_L5_http-header

vip address 192.168.1.10

header-field-rule Usablenet

protocol tcp

port 80

url "/*"

add service mobile_redirect

active

service mobile_redirect

keepalive type none

type redirect

no prepend-http

domain "http://mobile.com"

active

2 REPLIES

Re: CSS header-field redirect

If a header field group contains multiple header field entries, a content request must match each entry for the rule to be used.

Syed

Community Member

Re: CSS header-field redirect

Syed,

We have 5 L5 rules on this VIP currently, I'm thinking adding 30 more rules will affect the response times.

Our other alternative is to do the redirect on the web server.

Thanks, for the quick reply.

-Pat

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