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HTTP headers

We are very successfully using keepalive type http for most of our Web servers. Unfortnately, some Web servers are configured such that they won't accept a http header which has an IP address in it. This is a problem because when the CSS sends the URi it uses the IP address in the http header. I tried creating a service using a name but the CSS simply resolves the name and puts the IP address in the header.

A typical config that we use is

service HQIFSBCCWEB04

ip address 155.144.n.n

keepalive type http non-persistent

keepalive uri "/KeepAlive.html"

keepalive maxfailure 2

keepalive retryperiod 60

keepalive frequency 30

active

Does anyone know how we can pass the URI without the IP address in the http header.

regards

Tony Barnett

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Re: HTTP headers

Tony the only way that I am aware of doing this is by using a keepalive script and building the http header in the keepalive script.

The documentation for writting scripts is at this link.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/contnetw/ps789/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a00800d6b3f.html

Cheers

Phil

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