I have a question about a szenario we have to loadbalance.
We have a Client - Server topologie. The client opens a html tcp session to the server - the server sends an Application Session ID in the HTML Packet and terminates the tcp session. The client opens a new TCP session and sends the Application Session ID in the HTML Packet so the server knows which client opens the new TCP session.
My question: is it possible with the CSM or ACE (we get the new ACE in a few months) to check this Application Session ID in the html Field to get stickiness on the CSM.
Other solutions i.E. source IP stickiness is not possible because of proxy servers between client/server.
A solution might also the cookie insert feature be. But first i want to know if the LB is able to track this Application Sessio ID
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