CSS Stickyness between different ports and Peoplesoft
We are attempting to "stick" a user to a specific server. We have three different server that run different services on different ports.
The peoplesoft server initial will go to 80 and then get redirected to port 7402, then 9002, then 8002.
Is it possible to have the CSS configured to be able to do the following:
User hits portal.domain.com (port 80)
This will direct this to one of three servers and stick them there using sticky-srcip
Then have the user redirected to port 7402 on the same server that they hit when accessing the content rule for port 80
After that, it needs to be able to still stay on the same server to port 9002
Then another call to 8002 again, to the same server.
Currently I have 4 content rules for each port. However, when calling the alias that points to the VIP (same VIP for all 4 rules, different port for each)
When I try to use sticky and the server sends a URL back to the client browser, they are returned the same alias:PORT and it then gets rebalanced and stuck to one of the three services. Is it possible for the client to remain stuck to the same server and just use the different port.
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