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Defining virtual servers using content-rules

Can multiple virtual servers be "bound" to a single real server when all of the virtual servers have the same ip address and port, with the only difference between each virtual server being a unique content rule applied to each? (This is more of a migration issue, than a load-balance issue)

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Re: Defining virtual servers using content-rules

I don’t see how you could configure that. You’ll probably have to schedule a down-time window for your migration. What platform are you moving from?

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Re: Defining virtual servers using content-rules

I assume you are saying Web(HTTP) and the answer is yes.

1. Your server should has name-based virtual hosting enabled if your server only use 1 IP address.

2. In CSS, you can use single service for this server or use different services with different keepalive uri for each service.

3. You can use a number of unique Content rules (same VIP, TCP 80 with different URLs) and add the service to it.

Remarks: If you want to use unique Content rules, you should make them difference with URL, otherwise all the content rules are the same and you can't activate all.

Another suggestion: If your server already support Name-VHOST, you can use just single L4 Content rule and all the traffic would be handled by that server (service).

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