julxu to answer your question, yes when backend-ssl is configured on the CSS the load balancer acts as both an SSL server and SSL client. SSL server to the client establishing an HTTPS connection to the VIP, and SSL client when communicating to the backend webserver. The backend server will need to use port 443 unless you have an alternate SSL port configured on the server. The CSS will use the default HTTPS (port 443) when communicating to the backend webserver with backend-ssl.
COLIN WU to answer your question, as Gilles mentioned you can have only one ssl-proxy service active per SSL module but multiple services can be configured under the same ssl-proxy-list. However, your configuration will not work as you cannot have the SAME VIP address configured for 2 ssl-servers within a proxy-list or multiple proxy-lists.
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