I have my VIP addres and services configured, my question is, if the initial page is on port 80 and I have a link on the page that is on port 443, will the CSS make the client connection to the server on 443?
You need to create a content rule and a service on port 443 in order for the CSS to process that request; or you can configure the current content rule and services without TCP port ( layer 3 only ) so the CSS uses them for load balancing port 80 and port 443 at the same time.
If you want to use the first option, the new content and services should look like this:
ip address 220.127.116.11
add service MCI
vip address 18.104.22.168
If you want to use option 2, the config should look like this:
In option one you will have two content rules, one for port 80 traffic and one for port 443 traffic. If port 443 is configured under a rule then only the traffic destined for port 443 will hit the rule.
In option 2
Specifying a port enables the CSS to associate a content rule with a specific TCP/UDP port number. If you dont define a port, then default "port 0" is configured for the rule, which indicates any port. Since rule in option 2 is ready to accept traffic for any port, CSS will loadbalance both port 80 & 443 traffic.
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