From: Bill Whitson (b.whitsonIZZATf5.com)
Date: Tue Nov 05 2002 - 23:13:22 EST
This should be pretty simple. You want to set
up a rule that will identify HTTP protocol and
send it to an appropriate pool but send anything
that can't be identified as HTTP to another pool.
A good choice would be to check HTTP VERSION,
since there are only two possibilities - 1.0 and
So your rule logic could be:
HTTP VERSION = 1.0 -> HTTP_Pool
HTTP VERSION = 1.1 -> HTTP_Pool
ELSE -> HTTPS_Pool
That should do the trick, though it will
obviously send anything that is neither HTTPS
nor HTTP to your HTTPS pool.
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Leonid Stavnitser wrote:
> Any ideas how to setup a rule in BIGIP 4.2 PTF6, which would allow to
> split web traffic between mid-tiers A and B, so all requests in format
> http://www.xyz.com:8000 <http://www.xyz.com:8000/> would go to server A
> and all requests in the format https://www.xyz.com:8000
> <https://www.xyz.com:8000/> would go to server B?
> Thank you.
> Leonid Stavnitser
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