My Customer has Local Director sitting behind a Proxy. It is LD 416 Version 4.2.4. We are ahaving a difficult time keeping the clients on the same sessions. In Fact, because w have three real servers , the odds are 1 in 3 that it will hit the orginal real server that it needs to continue the open session. Are ther any commands that will allow the Clients to maintain their session with the real server they started with...We have tried Sticky commands at the Cookie-passive level and no luck, we have tried Sticky SSL and nothing there...What is the solution to make this thing work behind a proxy...
The Cisco WEBSITE, indicated that STICKY commands would not be effective behind a Proxy server...
Here's the config
It looks simple enough, sounds like somehting would bind these Sessions to the Real server required, but the client is still opening new Sessions to different servers, unless it just happens to hit the real server that the origianl session was started on..Does the CSS have these same issues when behind a proxy..Would it be better to move the LD in front of the PRoxy...Dane
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