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CSS - load balance https on different port no

Hi,

Need to create a rule for access :

https://1.1.1.1:7000 (Front End), but the server only open port 7000, how can i create a rule for that?

FYI, my CSS do not have any SSL license..is that workable??

Thanks..

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Cisco Employee

Re: CSS - load balance https on different port no

you have both 7000 frontend and backend.

service web-7000

ip address x.x.x.x

port 7000

active

owner MyCompany

content https-7000

vip address x.x.x.x

port 7000

add service web-7000

active

Use the 'port' command to select the frontend and backend port.

You can change it to whatever you want and it does not need to match.

Gilles.

Community Member

Re: CSS - load balance https on different port no

thanks for the prompt response..

but do i have to configure anything for it to run https on the front end?

Cisco Employee

Re: CSS - load balance https on different port no

the CSS does not do HTTPS.

So, you can send HTTPS traffic, and the CSS will loadbalance it to the servers that will terminate the SSL connection.

If you want to use SSL on the frontend and HTTP on the backend, you need an SSL module.

Without the SSL module, this is not possible.

Gilles.

Community Member

Re: CSS - load balance https on different port no

gilles,

but im not terminating the https on the CSS, for eg, i want the CSS to load balance https://1.1.1.1:7002, backend also on port 7002 (https) , rather than the usual port no 443

can you post sample of the config?

sorry for troubling u..

thanks..

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