SAP

1 Introduction

 KEMP’s LoadMaster family of purpose-built hardware and Virtual Appliances (Virtual LoadMaster) offer advanced Layer 4 and Layer 7 server load balancing, content switching, SSL Acceleration and a multitude of other advanced Application Delivery Controller (ADC) and optimization features.

KEMP’s LoadMaster fully supports SAP’s key solutions and has been certified by SAP. The LoadMaster efficiently distributes user traffic for the SAP workloads so that users get the best performance experience possible. Also, High Availability (HA) and high capacity scale-out deployments of the SAP solutions are complemented from the network technology side.

The entire KEMP LoadMaster product family, including the Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) supports SAP.

For more information about KEMP Technologies, visit www.kemptechnologies.com.

1.1 Document Purpose

This document is intended to provide technical guidance on how to configure the KEMP LoadMaster product to provide various Application Delivery network services for SAP application HTTP protocol-based client traffic to SAP backend application systems.

Clients to an SAP backend are typically:

End users who are using different browser types to work interactively in SAP systems

Other SAP and non-SAP applications connecting using web-services or RESTful Application Program Interfaces (APIs) to an SAP backend system for application integration scenarios.

A particularly important use case of application integration is the integration of new SAP cloud-based solutions which SAP applications customers run in their own “on premise” data centers. This document was created from test experiences and results in a representative sample environment which is described later in the document. As this document is not intended to cover every possible deployment scenario, it may not address unique setup or requirements. The KEMP Support Team is available to provide solutions for scenarios which are not explicitly defined in this document.

1.2 Prerequisites

It is assumed that the reader is a network administrator or a person otherwise familiar with networking and general computer terminology. It is further assumed that the SAP environment has been set up and the KEMP LoadMaster has been installed. A network and an SAP administrator should work together on details which need to be coordinated between network and application configurations.

Other LoadMaster documentation can be referred to as needed from http://www.kemptechnologies.com/documentation.

The minimum requirements which should be met before proceeding are as follows:

LoadMaster firmware version 7.1 or later should be installed

SAP applications should be installed and configured

Internal and external DNS entries for the SAP applications should be configured

Access to the LoadMaster Web User Interface (WUI) should be established

2 Load Balancing SAP

Load Balancing SAP.png

Deploying an SAP environment can require multiple servers to provide High Availability (HA). Load balancing is necessary in this situation to distribute the traffic amongst these servers.

KEMP Technologies recommends the configuration as depicted in the above diagram. The SAP Customer Relationship Management (CRM) application is depicted as a representative of SAP Business Suite components, which run on the SAP NetWeaver ABAP platform. The SAP NetWeaver Portal is an example of a component running on the NetWeaver Java platform and the SAP Business Object Explorer is a representative of SAP’s Business Intelligence (BI) solutions. The LoadMaster should be configured in analogous ways as described in this document for other SAP NetWeaver ABAP and Java and SAP BI solutions. If your configuration differs from the recommended configuration and there are issues deploying the LoadMaster, please contact the local KEMP Support Team for assistance.

3 Configuring Virtual Services for SAP

The below sections provide instructions and recommended configuration options for setting up a KEMP LoadMaster to work with the SAP NetWeaver-based and SAP BI solutions. For clarity, the following applications are used as representative examples:

SAP CRM on the SAP NetWeaver-ABAP platform

SAP Enterprise Portal on the NetWeaver-Java platform

SAP Business Objects Explorer (BOE)

For an explanation of each of the fields mentioned, refer to the http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/.

3.1 Ports

In some cases, the ports used for accessing SAP CRM are non-standard to provide better security. In general, all ports used by the SAP backend systems can be freely configured by the SAP application administrator. The standard HTTP 80 and HTTPS 443 ports for Internet-facing traffic are supported as well and may also be used during the configuration. However, the purpose of an ADC is to provide standard ports 80/443 for the Internet-facing traffic and route that traffic to non-standard ports used on the SAP backend systems as a passive security measure.

3.1.1 Persistence

Persistence will provide client connections to the same SAP server node of a scale out cluster deployment for each subsequent request to the Virtual Service. More information on Virtual Services and other LoadMaster features can be found in the http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

on the KEMP Technologies website.

Source IP Address Persistence

Source IP Address persistence can be used but take care before enabling it because:

Clients from behind a Network Address Translation (NAT) device show up as a single IP address

It can result in uneven connection distribution

Cookie Persistence

If cookies are used, there is no negative impact. The name of the cookie does not have any specific requirements.

3.1.2 SSL Acceleration

When SSL Acceleration is enabled on the KEMP LoadMaster there are two options that can be leveraged. The decision to choose which option is primarily determined by the corporate security policies within an organization.

SSL Acceleration.png

SSL Offloading

This option will allow the LoadMaster to accept connections from the clients encrypted over HTTPS and then send the traffic to the SAP backend application un-encrypted over HTTP. In some environments this is not permitted due to the possible security risks.

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SSL Reencrypt

This option will allow the LoadMaster to accept connections from the clients encrypted over HTTPS and then re-encrypt the traffic over HTTPS before sending to the SAP backend application. This configuration typically provides the security requirements for most organizations.

3.1.3 Certificates

Certificates play a large part in the configuration of the SAP applications. Several certificate types will be used as part of this configuration and must be imported into the LoadMaster.  More information about managing LoadMaster certificates can be found in the http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

document which can be found on the KEMP Technologies website.

3.1.3.1 Server Certificates

In order to encrypt the traffic between the client and the LoadMaster, the necessary certificates must be installed. If the configuration is going to be encrypted traffic from end to end, the same certificates on the back end systems can be used for this purpose. These certificates can either be in .PEM or .PFX formats and are imported under Certificates & Security > SSL Certificates in the main menu of the LoadMaster WUI.

3.1.3.2 Reverse Proxy Client Certificates

This certificate is used to authenticate the LoadMaster to the backend systems. This certificate should be imported prior to the configuration of the LoadMaster Virtual Services. These certificates can either be in .PEM or .PFX formats and are imported under Certificates & Security > SSL Certificates in the main menu of the LoadMaster WUI.

3.1.3.3 Intermediate Certificates

These certificates are imported to allow the LoadMaster to trust the Certificate Authorities used in obtaining the Server and Client Certificates. These certificates are in Base64 format and are imported under Certificates & Security > Intermediate Certs in the main menu of the LoadMaster WUI.

4 Template

KEMP has developed a template containing our recommended settings for this workload. You can install this template to help when creating Virtual Services, as it automatically populates the settings. This is quicker and easier than manually configuring each Virtual Service. If needed, changes can be made to any of the Virtual Service settings after using the template.

Download released templates from the Templates section on the KEMP documentation page: http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation.

For more information and steps on how to import and use templates, refer to the Virtual Services and Templates, Feature Description on the KEMP Documentation Page.

For steps on how to manually add and configure each of the Virtual Services using the recommended settings, refer to the steps in this document.

5 Enable Subnet Originating Requests Globally

It is best practice to enable the Subnet Originating Requests option globally.

In a one-armed setup (where the Virtual Service and Real Servers are on the same network/subnet) Subnet Originating Requests is usually not needed. However, enabling Subnet Originating Requests should not affect the routing in a one-armed setup.

In a two-armed setup where the Virtual Service is on network/subnet A, for example, and the Real Servers are on network B - Subnet Originating Requests should be enabled on LoadMasters with firmware version 7.1-16 and above.

When Subnet Originating Requests is enabled, the LoadMaster will route traffic so that the Real Server will see traffic arriving from the LoadMaster interface that is in that network/subnet not the Virtual Service address.

When Subnet Originating Requests is enabled globally, it is automatically enabled on all Virtual Services. If the Subnet Originating Requests option is disabled globally, you can choose whether or not to enable Subnet Originating Requests on a per-Virtual Service basis.

To enable Subnet Originating Requests globally, follow the steps below:

1. In the main menu of the LoadMaster Web User Interface (WUI), go to System Configuration > Miscellaneous Options > Network Options.

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2. Tick the Subnet Originating Requests check box.

6 Configure the Virtual Service for SAP CRM

6.1 SAP CRM Offloaded

To configure an offloaded Virtual Service for SAP CRM, follow the steps below:

1. In the main menu of the LoadMaster WUI, go to Virtual Services > Add New.

SAP CRM Offloaded.png

2. Enter a Virtual Address.

3. Enter 44300 in the Port field.

The port may differ depending on SAP environment. To ensure you use the correct port, please consult with your SAP administrator.

4. Enter a recognisable Service Name, for example SAP CRM Offloaded.

5. Ensure that tcp is selected as the Protocol.

6. Click Add This Virtual Service.

SAP CRM Offloaded_1.png

7. Under Basic Properties, select HTTP/HTTPS as the Service Type.

SAP CRM Offloaded_2.png

8. Expand the Standard Options section and select the following options:

a) Deselect the Transparency check box.

b) Select Active Cookie as the Persistence Mode.

c) Select 8 Hours as the Persistence Timeout.

d) Enter a unique Cookie name and click Set Cookie.

e) Select round robin from the Scheduling Method drop-down menu.

f) Enter 1800 in the Idle Connection Timeout text box and click Set Idle Timeout.

SAP CRM Offloaded_3.png

9. Expand the SSL Properties section and select the following options:

a) Select the Enabled check box. Click OK to close the pop-up which appears.

b) From the Certificates section, select the certificate previously imported and click the > button to assign the certificate.

Information about managing LoadMaster certificates can be found in thehttp://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

document on the KEMP Technologies website.

c) Click Set Certificates.

d) Disable the Require SNI hostname option.

e) Ensure the Support TLS Only check box is selected.

f) Ensure No Client Certificates required is selected from the Client Certificates drop-down list.

SAP CRM Offloaded_4.png

10. Expand the Real Servers section and set the following options:

a) Select HTTP Protocol in the health check drop-down menu.

b) Enable the Use HTTP/1.1 option.

c) Select HEAD as the HTTP Method.

SAP CRM Offloaded_5.png

11. Add the Real Servers:

a) Click the Add New button.

b) Enter the Real Server Address.

c) Enter the correct Port.

Please use the IP Address and Port of the backend server.

The Forwarding method and the Weight values are set, by default, to those shown in the diagram in the Real Servers section above. If required these settings may be altered.

d) Click Add this Real Server. Click OK to close the pop-up message.

e) Repeat steps b) to d) above to add more Real Servers as needed, based on the environment.

6.2 SAP CRM Reencrypted

To configure a reencrypted Virtual Service for SAP CRM, follow the steps below:

1. In the main menu of the LoadMaster WUI, go to Virtual Services > Add New.

SAP CRM Reencrypted.png

2. Enter a Virtual Address.

3. Enter 44300 in the Port field.

The port may differ depending on SAP environment. To ensure you use the correct port, consult your SAP administrator.

4. Enter a recognisable Service Name, for example SAP CRM Re-encrypted.

5. Ensure that tcp is selected as the Protocol.

6. Click Add This Virtual Service.

SAP CRM Reencrypted_1.png

7. Under Basic Properties, select HTTP/HTTPS as the Service Type.

SAP CRM Reencrypted_2.png

8. Expand the SSL Properties section and select the following options:

a) Select the Enabled check box.

b) Select the Reencrypt check box.

c) From the Certificates section, select the certificate previously imported and click the > button to assign the certificate.

Information about managing LoadMaster certificates can be found in the http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

document on the KEMP Technologies website.

d) Click Set Certificates.

e) Deselect the Require SNI hostname check box.

f) Ensure the Support TLS Only check box is selected.

g) Ensure No Client Certificates required is selected from the Client Certificates drop-down list.

SAP CRM Reencrypted_3.png

9. Expand the Standard Options section and select the following options:

a) Select Active Cookie as the Persistence Mode.

b) Select 8 Hours as the Persistence Timeout.

c) Enter a unique Cookie name and click Set Cookie.

d) Enter 1800 in the Idle Connection Timeout field and click Set Idle Timeout.

SAP CRM Reencrypted_4.png

10. Expand the Real Servers section and set the following options:

a) Select HTTPS Protocol in the health check drop-down menu.

b) Select the Use HTTP/1.1 check box.

c) Select HEAD as the HTTP Method.

SAP CRM Reencrypted_5.png

11. Add the Real Servers:

a) Click the Add New button.

b) Enter the Real Server Address.

c) Enter the correct Port.

Please use the IP Address and Port of the backend server.

The Forwarding method and the Weight values are set, by default, to those shown in the above Add New Real Server screen. If required these settings may be altered.

d) Click Add this Real Server. Click OK to close the pop-up message.

e) Repeat steps Enter the Real Server Address. to Click Add this Real Server. Click OK to close the pop-up message. above to add more Real Servers as needed, based on the environment.

SAP CRM Reencrypted_6.png

12. Set the Reencryption Client Certificate to be used in the Virtual Service:

Reencyption client certificate is the client certificate the LoadMaster presents when connecting to an HTTPS real server. This is only needed if the Real Server requires it.

a) In the main menu of the LoadMaster WUI, go to Certificates & Security > SSL Certificates.

b) Click the Reencryption Usage button for the client certificate installed earlier.

c) Select the IP Address for the CRM Virtual Service and click the > button to move the IP address to the Assigned VSs box.

d) Select Save Changes.

7 Configure the Virtual Service for SAP Enterprise Portal

7.1 SAP Enterprise Portal Offloaded

To configure an offloaded Virtual Service for SAP Enterprise Portal, follow the steps below:

1. In the main menu of the LoadMaster WUI, go to Virtual Services > Add New

SAP Enterprise Portal Offloaded.png

2. Enter a Virtual Address.

3. Enter 50001 in the Port text box.

The port may differ depending on the SAP Portal environment. To ensure you use the correct port, consult your SAP administrator.

4. Enter a recognisable Service Name, for example SAP Enterprise Portal Offloaded.

5. Ensure that tcp is set as the Protocol.

6. Click Add This Virtual Service.

SAP Enterprise Portal Offloaded_1.png

7. Under Basic Properties, select HTTP/ HTTPS as the Service Type.

SAP Enterprise Portal Offloaded_2.png

8. Expand the Standard Options section and set the following options:

a) Deselect the Transparency check box.

b) Select Active Cookie as the Persistence Mode.

c) Select 8 Hours as the Persistence Timeout value.

d) Enter a unique Cookie name and click Set Cookie.

e) Enter 1800 in the Idle Connection Timeout field and click Set Idle Timeout.

SAP Enterprise Portal Offloaded_3.png

9. Expand the SSL Properties section and set the following options:

a) Select the Enabled check box.

b) From the Certificates section, select the certificate previously imported and click the > button to assign the certificate.

Information about managing LoadMaster certificates can be found in the http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

document on the KEMP Technologies website.

c) Click Set Certificates.

d) Deselect the Require SNI hostname check box.

e) Ensure the Support TLS Only check box is selected.

f) Select No Client Certificates required from the Client Certificates drop-down list.

SAP Enterprise Portal Offloaded_4.png

10. Expand the Real Servers section and select the following options:

a) Select HTTP Protocol in the drop-down menu.

b) Select the Use HTTP/1.1 check box.

c) Select HEAD as the HTTP Method.

SAP Enterprise Portal Offloaded_5.png

11. Add the Real Servers:

a) Click the Add New button.

b) Enter the Real Server Address.

c) Enter the correct Port.

Please use the IP Address and Port of the backend server.

The Forwarding method and the Weight values are set, by default, to those shown in the above image. If required these settings may be altered.

d) Click Add this Real Server. Click OK to close the pop-up message.

e) Repeat steps b) to d) above to add any additional Real Servers as needed, based on environment.

7.2 SAP Enterprise Portal Reencrypted

To configure a reencrypted Virtual Service for SAP Enterprise Portal, follow the steps below:

1. In the main menu of the LoadMaster WUI, go to Virtual Services > Add New.

SAP Enterprise Portal Reencrypted.png

2. Enter a Virtual Address.

3. Enter 50001 in the Port text box.

The port may differ depending on the SAP Portal environment. To ensure you use the correct port, consult your SAP administrator.

4. Enter a recognisable Service Name, for example SAP Enterprise Portal Reencrypt.

5. Ensure that tcp is set as the Protocol.

6. Click Add This Virtual Service.

SAP Enterprise Portal Reencrypted_1.png

7. Under Basic Properties, select HTTP/ HTTPS as the Service Type.

SAP Enterprise Portal Reencrypted_2.png

8. Expand the SSL Properties section and set the following options:

a) Select the Enabled check box.

b) Select the Reencrypt check box.

c) From the Certificates section, select the certificate previously imported and click the > button to assign the certificate.

Information about managing LoadMaster certificates can be found in thehttp://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

document on the KEMP Technologies website.

d) Click Set Certificates.

e) Deselect the Require SNI hostname check box.

f) Ensure the Support TLS Only check box is selected.

g) Select No Client Certificates required from the Client Certificates drop-down list.

SAP Enterprise Portal Reencrypted_3.png

9. Expand the Standard Options section and set the following options:

a) Select Active Cookie as the Persistence Mode.

b) Select 8 Hours as the Persistence Timeout value.

c) Enter a unique Cookie name and click Set Cookie.

d) Enter 1800 in the Idle Connection Timeout field and click Set Idle Timeout.

SAP Enterprise Portal Offloaded_4.png

10. Expand the Real Servers section and select the following options:

a) Select HTTPS Protocol in the drop-down menu.

b) Select the Use HTTP/1.1 check box.

c) Select HEAD as the HTTP Method.

SAP Enterprise Portal Reencrypted_4.png

11. Add the Real Servers:

a) Click the Add New button.

b) Enter the Real Server Address.

c) Enter the correct Port.

Please use the IP Address and Port of the backend server.

The Forwarding method and the Weight values are set, by default, to those shown in the above image. If required these settings may be altered.

d) Click Add this Real Server.

e) Repeat steps b) to d) above to add any additional Real Servers as needed, based on environment.

SAP Enterprise Portal Reencrypted_5.png

12. Set the Reencryption Client Certificate to be used in the Virtual Service:

Reencyption Client Certificate is the client certificate the LoadMaster presents when connecting to an HTTPS real server. This is only needed if the real server requires it.

a) In the main menu of the LoadMaster WUI, go to Certificates & Security > SSL Certificates.

b) Click the Reencryption Usage button for the client certificate installed earlier.

c) Select the IP Address for the CRM Virtual Service and click the > button to move the IP address to the Assigned VSs box.

d) Select Save Changes.

8 Configure the Virtual Services for SAP Business Objects.

8.1 SAP Business Objects Offloaded

To configure an offloaded Virtual Service for SAP Business Objects, follow the steps below:

1. In the main menu of the LoadMaster WUI, go to Virtual Services > Add New

SAP Business Objects Offloaded.png

2. Enter a Virtual Address.

3. Enter 8080 in the Port text box.

The port may differ depending on SAP BOE environment.  To ensure you use the correct port, consult your SAP administrator.

4. Enter a recognisable Service Name, for example SAP Business Objects Explorer Offloaded.

5. Ensure that tcp is set as the Protocol.

6. Click Add This Virtual Service.

SAP Business Objects Offloaded_1.png

7. Expand the Standard Options section and select the following options:

a) Deselect the Transparency check box.

b) Select Active Cookie as the Persistence Mode.

c) Select 8 Hours as the Persistence Timeout.

d) Enter a unique Cookie name and click Set Cookie.

e) Enter 1800 in the Idle Connection Timeout text box and click Set Idle Timeout.

SAP Business Objects Offloaded_2.png

8. Expand the SSL Properties section and set the following options:

a) Select the Enabled check box.

b) Deselect the Reencrypt check box.

c) From the Certificates section, select the certificate previously imported and click the > button to assign the certificate.

Information about managing LoadMaster certificates can be found in the http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

document on the KEMP Technologies website.

d) Click Set Certificates.

e) Deselect the Require SNI hostname option.

f) Ensure the Support TLS Only check box is selected.

g) Select No Client Certificates required from the Client Certificates drop-down list.

SAP Enterprise Portal Offloaded_4.png

9. Expand the Real Servers section and set the following options:

a) Select the HTTP Protocol option in the health check drop-down menu.

b) Select the Use HTTP/1.1 check box.

c) Select HEAD as the HTTP Method.

SAP Business Objects Offloaded_3.png

10. Add the Real Servers:

a) Click the Add New button.

b) Enter the Real Server Address.

c) Enter the correct Port.

Please use the IP Address and Port of the backend server.

The Forwarding method and the Weight values are set, by default, to those shown in the above image. If required these settings may be altered.

d) Click Add this Real Server.

e) Repeat steps b) to d) above to add any additional Real Servers as needed, based on the environment.

8.2 SAP Business Objects Reencrypted

To configure a reencrypted Virtual Service for SAP Business Objects, follow the steps below:

1. In the main menu of the LoadMaster WUI, go to Virtual Services > Add New

SAP Business Objects Reencrypted.png

2. Enter a Virtual Address.

3. Enter 8080 in the Port text box.

The port may differ depending on SAP BOE environment.  To ensure you use the correct port, consult your SAP administrator.

4. Enter a recognisable Service Name, for example SAP Business Objects Explorer Re-encrypted.

5. Ensure that tcp is set as the Protocol.

6. Click Add This Virtual Service.

SAP Business Objects Reencrypted_1.png

7. Expand the Standard Options section and select the following options:

a) Ensure Transparency is disabled.

b) Select Active Cookie as the Persistence Mode.

c) Select 8 Hours as the Persistence Timeout.

d) Enter a unique Cookie name and click Set Cookie.

e) Enter 1800 in the Idle Connection Timeout text box and click Set Idle Timeout.

SAP Business Objects Reencrypted_2.png

8. Expand the SSL Properties section and set the following options:

a) Select the Enabled check box.

b) Select the Reencrypt check box.

c) From the Certificates section, select the certificate previously imported and click the > button to assign the certificate.

Information about managing LoadMaster certificates can be found in the http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

document on the KEMP Technologies website.

d) Click Set Certificates.

e) Deselect the Require SNI hostname check box.

f) Ensure the Support TLS Only check box is selected.

g) Select No Client Certificates required from the Client Certificates drop-down list.

SAP Business Objects Reencrypted_3.png

9. Expand the Real Servers section and set the following options:

a) Select the HTTPS Protocol option in the health check drop-down menu.

b) Select the Use HTTP/1.1 check box.

c) Select HEAD as the HTTP Method.

SAP Business Objects Reencrypted_4.png

10. Add the Real Servers:

a) Click the Add New button.

b) Enter the Real Server Address.

c) Enter the correct Port.

Please use the IP Address and Port of the backend server.

The Forwarding method and the Weight values are set, by default, to those shown in the above image. If required these settings may be altered.

d) Click Add this Real Server.

e) Repeat steps b) to d) above to add any additional Real Servers as needed, based on the environment.

SAP Business Objects Reencrypted_5.png

11. Set the Reencryption Client Certificate to be used in the Virtual Service:

Reencyption Client Certificate is the client certificate the LoadMaster presents when connecting to an HTTPS real server. This is only needed if the real server requires it.

a) In the main menu of the LoadMaster WUI, go to Certificates & Security > SSL Certificates.

b) Click the Reencryption Usage button for the client certificate installed earlier.

c) Select the IP Address for the CRM Virtual Service and click the > button to move the IP address to the Assigned VSs box.

d) Select Save Changes.

9 Additional Features

Additional KEMP LoadMaster security and optimization features can be enabled for the deployment of SAP. The deployment steps and configuration settings of these features can be found in the documents which are listed in the References section of this document. These documents can be found on the KEMP documentation web page: http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

Edge Security Pack (ESP) - A solution that provides edge security, SSO application integration and flexible authentication options is critical for optimal user experience and information security policy compliance.

Web Application Firewall (WAF) - This enables secure deployment of web applications, preventing Layer 7 attacks while maintaining core load balancing services which ensures superior application delivery and security.

Content Caching - The LoadMaster can cache static content that fits certain criteria (file extension, query string, caching headers, size, and so on). As long as the file meets these criteria it can be stored locally in the LoadMaster to avoid unnecessary requests to the Real Server to retrieve the file.

Intrusion Detection – The LoadMaster’s implementation of Intrusion Detection leverages Snort. Snort is an open source network intrusion prevention and detection system (IDS/IPS). Snort rules can be imported to the LoadMaster and applied to HTTP/HTTPS connections.

References

The following sources are referred to in this document:

KEMP Technologies website

www.kemptechnologies.com

KEMP Technologies Documentation page

http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

SSL Accelerated Services, Feature Description

http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

Web User Interface (WUI), Configuration Guide

http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

Web Application Firewall (WAF), Feature Description

http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

Virtual Services and Templates, Feature Description

http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation/

Document History

     Date

Change Reason for Change Version Resp.

February 2015

Initial draft

First draft of document

1.0

LB

Sep 2015

New sections added

New templates

4.0

KG

Sep 2015

Release updates

Updates for 7.1-30 release

5.0

LB

Dec 2015

Release updates

Updates for 7.1-32 release

6.0

LB

Jan 2016

Minor updates

Updated Copyright Notices

7.0

LB

Mar 2016

Release updates

Updates for 7.1-34 release

8.0

LB

Jan 2017

Minor updates

Enhancements made

9.0

LB

July 2017 Minor updates Enhancements made 10.0 CMC

 

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