Access Control lists can help you about change the default load-balancer behavior. You can specify a specific server to choose from a requested domain or sources IP and many things. To create a rule, open your load-balancing service Choose Access Control List tab. Click on new rule button and set […]
Balanced Groups can be used when your load-balancer have to serve multiple services. For example we can imagine that a load-balancer have to serve proxies connections and Web servers on the 80 listen port. In this case, you can redirect connections according ACLs and groups. Click on the desired […]
After creating a service, you will have to define servers that will be balanced. This list is used if you want to link server into a balanced group. Select Backends tab and click on the New backend button. Give the backend name ( only used by the web console ). […]
If you need to load-balance proxies connected to your Active Directory, you have to Activate the NTLM compatibility option. You can define the “NTLM compatible (MS Active Directory)” option on the main service or in a group. Enable the “NTLM compatible (MS Active Directory)” and Apply parameters.
You want to use 2 Artica proxies and balance them trough the load-balancing service. This configuration require 2 steps: Enable the proxy protocol on the Artica proxy. Activate the Load-balancing service for proxy. Create a dedicated port on each Artica Proxy server. On the TOP menu of your Artica Proxy […]
On the top menu select System Under Network service, choose Load-Balancing (disabled) link. Turn ON the “Enable Load-balancing service” option and click on Apply A new “Load-balancing” icon will be added on the top menu. Note ! If it is the first time you enabled the main service, […]