If users go to "https://services.blah.com/legacy" , I want them to be redirected to the legacy server, prior to the SSL negotiation. The legacy server has it's own cert, not on the CSS. The legacy server does not reside behind this CSS. In fact, it is a single host in another subnet, which the CSS has knowledge of.
Is this possible?
Thanks in advance. This is a VERY helpful forum. I hope to have the knowledge and skill level soon to be able to assist others.
You can match the traffic going to /legacy with a layer 5 content rule. The problem is that first you need to do the SSL negotiation, otherwise the CSS will not be able to see layer 5 information in order to match the that specific request to another content rule.
Since you need the traffic to go SSL to your server, you may want to implement Backend SSL, as the CSS will decrypt the traffic in the front-end, check on layer 5 and encrypt it again prior to send it to the server.
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