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URGENT LocalDirector 417 question

Can you have two stickys (one for generic and one for ssl) for the same virtual for 80 and 443 like this:

virtual 192.168.45.1:80:0:tcp is

virtual 192.168.45.1:443:0:tcp is

real 192.168.45.10:80:0:tcp is

real 192.168.45.10:443:0:tcp is

real 192.168.45.11:80:0:tcp is

real 192.168.45.11:443:0:tcp is

bind 192.168.45.1:80:0:tcp 192.168.45.10:80:0:tcp

bind 192.168.45.1:80:0:tcp 192.168.45.11:80:0:tcp

bind 192.168.45.1:443:0:tcp 192.168.45.10:443:0:tcp

bind 192.168.45.1:443:0:tcp 192.168.45.11:443:0:tcp

sticky 10.224.39.58:80:0:tcp 30 generic

sticky 10.224.39.58:443:0:tcp 30 ssl

or would you do something like this:

sticky 10.224.39.58:80:0:tcp 30 ssl

sticky 10.224.39.58:443:0:tcp 30 ssl

-TIA

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Re: URGENT LocalDirector 417 question

Binding to port 0 is one option. Looks like the first configuration should be ok. The other option is to use the buddy command with generic stickies for port 80 and 443. If sticky based on address doesn't work , then the addition of an SSL device might be the answer. You can use cookies as the SSL device to Loadbalancer connection would be in plain HTTP.

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