Real Server Configuration Page Options

  1. Select Configure>SLB>Real Server.

    The Real Server configuration page appears. Table 34 explains the contents of this page.

  2. Click one:
    • Add—Adds a new or duplicate real server configuration. Enter information as specified in Table 35.
    • Edit—Edits a selected real server configuration.
    • Delete—Deletes the selected real server configuration.
  3. Click one:
    • OK—Saves the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.
    • Commit Options>Commit—Commits the configuration and returns to the main configuration page.
    • Cancel—Cancels your entries and returns to the main configuration page.

Table 34: Real Server Configuration Page

Field

Function

Real Server List

Name

Displays the name of the real server.

Address

Displays the IP address of the real server.

Stop mode

Displays the stop mode specified for the server.

  • disable—No new requests are directed to the server. Instead, the reset (RST) packet is sent to the client, and all existing sessions are torn down. In addition, the health of the server stops being probed.
  • pause—No new requests are directed to the server. All existing sessions continue to be managed until they are disconnected, and the health of the server continues to be probed.

Port

Displays the port number that corresponds to the service that resides on the real server, or displays the name of a well-known application to represent the port number, such as http for port 80 or ftp for port 21.

Weight

Displays the weight assigned to the real server. The weight applies to the weighted server load balancing algorithms defined for the real server group.

Health monitor

Displays the configured health monitor that is assigned to the named real server.

Ramp-up time

Displays the period of time that it takes to reach the maximum connection threshold for the real server.

Allow sticky only

Displays that allow sticky only is specified for the server.

  • allow-sticky-only—Only new requests that hit the sticky table are directed to the server; no other new requests are directed to the server. All existing sessions continue to be managed until they are disconnected, and the health of the server continues to be probed.

Max connection limit

Upper threshold for connections allowed to the real server.

Min connection limit

Lower threshold for connections allowed to the real server.

Table 35: Add Real Server Configuration Details

Field FunctionAction

Server Name

Specifies the name of the real server.

Enter the real server name.

Address

Specifies the IP address of the real server.

Enter the IP address.

Port

Specifies the port number of the service, or a well-known application to represent the port number, which resides on the real server.

Enter the port number.

Weight

Specifies the weight assigned to the real server.

Enter the weight.

Ramp-up time

Specifies the period of time that it takes to reach the maximum connection threshold for the real server.

Enter the ramp-up time in seconds.

Max Limit

Specifies the upper threshold for the number of connections allowed to the real server.

Enter the maximum connection threshold limit.

Min Limit

Specifies the lower threshold for the number of connections allowed to the real server.

Enter the lower connection threshold limit.

Stop Mode

Specifies the stop mode for the real server.

Select one of the following options from the list:

  • none
  • pause
  • disable

Health Monitor

Specifies the health monitor to be assigned to the named real server.

Select a health monitor from the list.

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