Documentation Suite

1 Introduction

KEMP Technologies’ product documentation is categorized into various types of documents.

Product Overview Documents

Configuration Guides

Feature Descriptions

Deployment Guides

Interface Descriptions

Installation Guides

Technical Notes

Within reason, all of the documents within the documentation suite should fit into one of these documentation types. However, there may be exceptions to this rule.

This document describes the various document types and also lists, with a brief description of, each of the available customer facing documents within the documentation suite.

1.1 Document Purpose

The purpose of this document is to give the reader a high-level overview of the KEMP Technologies documentation suite.

1.2 Intended Audience

This document is intended for use by anyone who’s interested in learning about the KEMP Technologies documentation suite.

2 Product Overview Documents

These documents offer a high-level view of KEMP products. These documents are typically not overly technical and could be suitable to introduce non-technical people to the KEMP Products.

2.1 Free LoadMaster

The purpose of this document is to provide an overview of the Free LoadMaster product.

2.2 KEMP LoadMaster

This document provides an overview of the KEMP LoadMaster product. Some of the basic configurations are outlined and details of all the major features are provided.

2.3 KEMP Multi-Tenant LoadMaster

The KEMP Multi-Tenant LoadMaster is a product where multiple independent instances of the KEMP LoadMaster and GEO LoadMaster can operate. Each LoadMaster instance within the KEMP Multi-Tenant LoadMaster can be deployed, stopped, started and updated at will. This document provides an overview of the KEMP Multi-Tenant LoadMaster product and its features.

2.4 GEO

This document provides an overview of both the standalone GEO LoadMaster and the Global Server Load Balancer (GSLB) Feature Pack. Details of all the major features are provided.

2.5 LM-5305 FIPS

This document is very similar to the KEMP LoadMaster Product Overview. The key difference is that this document outlines the LM-5305 product, which also incorporates the Federal Intrusion Prevention System (FIPS).

2.6 KEMP 360 Central

This document provides an overview of the KEMP 360 Central product.

2.7 KEMP 360 Vision

The purpose of this document is to provide an overview of the KEMP 360 Vision product.

2.8 KEMP Multi-Tenant LoadMaster

This document provides an overview of the Multi-Tenant LoadMaster, which is KEMP’s multi-tenancy product.

3 Release Notes

The Release Notes documents provide a list of all new features, feature enhancements, issues resolved and known issues for the relevant KEMP product.

3.1 GEO

For each new product release relating to GEO or the Global Server Load Balancer (GSLB) Feature Pack, this document describes new features or feature enhancements introduced and a list of the major issues resolved. This document also lists any known issues with the product.

3.2 KEMP 360 Central

This document describes the current KEMP 360 Central release.

3.3 KEMP Multi-Tenant LoadMaster

This document provides details about the current Multi-Tenant LoadMaster firmware release.

3.4 LoadMaster

For each new product release, this document describes new features or feature enhancements introduced and a list of the major issues resolved. This document also lists any known issues with the product.

3.5 LoadMaster LTS

This document describes t the LoadMaster Long Term Support (LTS) releases.

4 Configuration Guides

These documents describe how to configure the KEMP products using the Web User Interface (WUI). All the available configuration options and relevant notes regarding configuration are detailed.

4.1 LoadMaster WUI Configuration

This document describes the WUI of the KEMP LoadMaster. It describes in detail how to configure the various features of the KEMP LoadMaster using the WUI.

4.2 LoadMaster WUI LM-5305 FIPS Configuration

This document is very similar to the WUI Interface Description document. The key difference being that this document is for the LM-5305 product which contains FIPS.

4.3 Multi-Tenant LoadMaster WUI

The KEMP Multi-Tenant LoadMaster is a product where multiple independent instances of the KEMP LoadMaster and GEO LoadMaster can operate. Each LoadMaster instance within the KEMP Multi-Tenant LoadMaster can be deployed, stopped, started and updated at will. This document describes each of the fields in the Multi-Tenant LoadMaster Web User Interface (WUI).

5 Feature Descriptions

Feature Descriptions are documents that give a comprehensive description of the main features within the KEMP products. They describe how to configure the feature and any other information regarding it that might be deemed useful.

5.1 VMware Tools Add-On Package

Add-on packages can be installed in the KEMP LoadMaster. Add-on packages provide features that are additional to those already included in the LoadMaster. This document describes the VMware Tools add-on package.

5.2 Bonding and VLAN

This document describes how to set up and configure bonding and VLAN tagging using the KEMP LoadMaster WUI.

5.3 Content Rules

This document describes various aspects of the Content Rules feature of the KEMP LoadMaster. It describes in detail how to create and manage content rules using the LoadMaster WUI.

5.4 DoD Common Access Card Authentication (CAC)

This document is intended to be read by anyone interested in finding out how to configure the LoadMaster to use Department of Defence (DoD) CAC authentication.

5.5 ESP

This document describes various aspects of the Edge Security Pack (ESP) feature of the KEMP LoadMaster. It describes in detail how to set up a Virtual Service with ESP using the LoadMaster WUI.

5.6 Exchange 2010 Wizard

This document describes the various aspects of the KEMP Microsoft Exchange 2010 Wizard. It describes in detail how to use the Wizard to easily configure and set up the Virtual Services needed to load balance Microsoft Exchange 2010.

5.7 GEO

This document describes the various aspects of both the standalone GEO LoadMaster and also the GSLB Feature Pack.

5.8 GEO Sticky DNS

This document describes the GEO sticky DNS feature.

5.9 HA for AWS

The purpose of this document is to provide information and step-by-step instructions on how to configure High Availability (HA) when using the LoadMaster in Amazon Web Services (AWS).

5.10 Hardware Security Module (HSM)

This document outlines how to configure the KEMP LoadMaster to effectively work with a HSM device.

5.11 High Availability (HA)

This document describes the various aspects of the HA functionality within the KEMP LoadMaster. It describes in detail how to set up HA.

5.12 HA for Azure (Classic Interface)

This document describes in detail how to set up HA in an Azure environment using the Classic Interface portal.

5.13 HA for Azure Resource Manager

This document describes, in detail, how to set up HA in an Azure environment using the Resource Manager interface.

5.14 Health Checking

This document provides information about health checking in the LoadMaster.

5.15 IPsec Tunneling

The purpose of this document is to explain how to set up and configure IPsec tunneling on the KEMP LoadMaster.

5.16 KCD Feature Description

This document provides step-by-step instructions on how to configure Single Sign On (SSO) using Kerberos in the LoadMaster.

5.17 KEMP 360 Central

This document provides details on each of the functions that are available in KEMP 360 Central.

5.18 KEMP 360 Central Activation Server

This document describes the Activation Server feature of KEMP 360 Central and provides instructions on how to use it.

5.19 KEMP 360 Vision

This document provides details on each of the features that are available in KEMP 360 Vision.

5.20 KEMP Web Application Firewall

The purpose of this document is to describe the WAF features and provide step-by-step instructions on how to configure the WAF settings in the KEMP LoadMaster.

5.21 Licensing

This document describes the various aspects of licensing a KEMP LoadMaster. It describes in detail how to create a KEMP ID and license a product using both the online and offline methods.

5.22 LoadMaster for Amazon GovCloud

This document is intended to brief the reader on the LoadMaster for AWS GovCloud product and assist the reader to set up a basic LoadMaster for AWS GovCloud instance.

5.23 LoadMaster for Amazon Web Services (AWS)

This document contains information about the LoadMaster for AWS product, including steps on how to start an instance.

5.24 LoadMaster for Azure Resource Manager

This document provides an overview of LoadMaster for Azure and introduces some basic aspects of LoadMaster functionality.

5.25 LoadMaster in Azure for Government

This document provides step-by-step instructions on how to deploy a KEMP Virtual LoadMaster using the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) portal.

5.26 Metered Licensing Management

This document provides information on Metered Licensing Management.

5.27 MS Terminal Services

This document describes various aspects the of KEMP LoadMaster for use with Microsoft Terminal Services.  It describes in detail how to configure the LoadMaster using the LoadMaster WUI.

5.28 Multi-Tenancy

The KEMP Multi-Tenant LoadMaster is a product where multiple independent instances of the KEMP LoadMaster and GEO LoadMaster can operate. Each LoadMaster instance within the KEMP Multi-Tenant LoadMaster can be deployed, stopped, started and updated at will. This document provides further information, including instructional steps on how to perform certain tasks in the Multi-Tenant LoadMaster product.

5.29 Port Following

This document describes various aspects of the Port Following feature of the KEMP LoadMaster.  It describes in detail how to configure the Port Following feature using the LoadMaster WUI.

5.30 RADIUS ESP Authentication

This document provides step-by-step instructions on how to configure authentication and Single Sign On (SSO) using RADIUS in the LoadMaster.

5.31 RSA Two Factor Authentication

As part of the KEMP Edge Security Pack (ESP), the LoadMaster supports the RSA SecurID authentication scheme. This scheme authenticates the user on an RSA SecurID Server. This document describes how to configure the LoadMaster to use the RSA two factor authentication method.

5.32 SAML

This document provides information and instructions on how to configure SAML authentication using the KEMP LoadMaster.

5.33 Service Provider License Agreement (SPLA)

There are some differences between SPLA-licensed LoadMasters and regular LoadMasters. This document describes these differences.

5.34 SSL Accelerated Services

This document describes various aspects of SSL Accelerated Services using the KEMP LoadMaster.  It describes in detail how to configure SSL Accelerated Services using the LoadMaster WUI.

5.35 SSL Accelerated Services for the LM-5305 FIPS

This document is very similar to the SSL Accelerated Services document. The key difference being that this document is written for the LM-5305 product which includes FIPS.

5.36 SubVSs

This document describes the various aspects of creating Sub-Virtual Services (SubVSs) by using the KEMP LoadMaster WUI.

5.37 System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2 Plug-In BETA

This document describes how to install the beta KEMP LoadMaster plugin for the System Center Virtual Machine Manager.

5.38 Transparency

This document serves as an explanation of network transparency, its implications and other related concepts.

5.39 User Management

This document provides an overview of user management, permissions, session management and client certificate WUI authentication.

5.40 vCenter Operations

The purpose of this document is to describe the various features and functionality that can be used within the VCOPS Manager relating to the KEMP LoadMaster.

5.41 Virtual Services and Templates

This document describes various aspects of creating Virtual Services and the Templates feature of the KEMP LoadMaster.  It describes in detail how to create Virtual Services using the LoadMaster WUI.

5.42 VMware vRealize Operations Version 6

The purpose of this document is to describe the various features and functionality that can be used within the vROps Manager relating to the KEMP LoadMaster.

5.43 VMware vRealize Orchestrator

The purpose of this document is to describe how to install and use the KEMP Orchestrator plugin. The document provides step-by-step instructions on how to run the various KEMP workflows which are added when the plugin is installed.

6 Deployment Guide

These documents provide instructions on how to deploy the LoadMaster with various external products, for example Microsoft Exchange and Lync.

6.1 Adobe Connect

This document provides guidance on deploying Adobe Connect with a KEMP LoadMaster.

6.2 AirWatch

This document describes how to configure the KEMP LoadMaster to load balance AirWatch.

6.3 Apache HTTP

This document provides the recommended LoadMaster settings used when load balancing the Apache HTTP workload.

6.4 Apache Tomcat

This document provides the recommended LoadMaster settings used when load balancing the Apache Tomcat workload.

6.5 Aspera Server

This document provides guidance on how to deploy Aspera Server with a KEMP LoadMaster.

6.6 Blackboard Learn

The purpose of this document is to describe how to configure the LoadMaster to load balance Blackboard Learnâ„¢.

6.7 Citrix IXA for Clients in an Internal Network

This document provides guidance on deploying Citrix ICA with a KEMP LoadMaster.

6.8 Dell Wyse vWorkspace

This deployment guide provides instructions on how to configure the KEMP LoadMaster to load balance the various roles in the Dell Wyse vWorkspace environment.

6.9 DNS

This document provides the recommended LoadMaster settings used when load balancing the DNS workload.

6.10 Domino

This document provides the recommended LoadMaster settings when load balancing the Domino workload.

6.11 Edupoint Synergy

This manual addresses how to deploy and configure a LoadMaster appliance with Edupoint Synergy. Specifically, configuration information applies to the creation of the various Virtual Services that are needed.

6.12 EMC Syncplicity

This document outlines how a KEMP LoadMaster can be deployed together with EMC Syncplicity. It also provides guidelines for the configuration of LoadMaster services.

6.13 Epicor

This document provides guidance on deploying Epicor ERP 10 with a KEMP LoadMaster.

6.14 Epic Systems

This document provides the recommended LoadMaster settings used when load balancing the Epic workload.

6.15 Fujifilm Synapse

This document is intended to provide guidance on how to configure the KEMP LoadMaster to load balance the Fujifilm Synapse workload.

6.16 Graylog Server

This document provides the recommended LoadMaster settings used when load balancing the Graylog Server workload.

6.17 Greenway PrimeSUITE

This document is intended to provide guidance on how to deploy Greenway PrimeSUITE with a KEMP LoadMaster.

6.18 IIS

This document provides the recommended LoadMaster settings used when load balancing the IIS workload.

6.19 JBoss

This document provides the recommended LoadMaster settings used when load balancing the JBoss workload.

6.20 KEMP LoadMaster UC-APL Compliant

This document provides instructions on how to configure and set various options in the VLM to meet the Unified Capabilities Approved Products List (UC-APL) requirements.

6.21 Log Insight Manager

The purpose of this document is to explain how to configure the LoadMaster to optimize VMware Log Insight traffic flows.

6.22 MobileIron Sentry

This document is intended to provide guidance on how to deploy MobileIron with a KEMP LoadMaster.

6.23 Microsoft Dynamics

This document is intended to provide guidance on how to deploy Microsoft Dynamics CRM with a KEMP LoadMaster.

6.24 Moodle

This document provides steps on how to configure the KEMP LoadMaster to load balance the Moodle platform.

6.25 MS Exchange 2010

 This guide addresses how to deploy and configure a LoadMaster with Microsoft Exchange 2010. Specifically, configuration information applies to Outlook Web App (OWA), Control Panel (ECP), ActiveSync (EAS), Outlook Anywhere (OA), Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP), Post Office Protocol (POP), RPC Client Access (RPC CA), Address Book service (EAB), AutoDiscover (AS), Offline Address Book (OAB), Web Services (EWS) and Simple Message Transfer Protocol (SMTP).

6.26 MS Exchange 2013

This manual addresses how to deploy and configure a LoadMaster appliance with Microsoft Exchange 2013. Specifically, configuration information applies to the creation of the various Virtual Services that are needed.

6.27 MS Exchange 2016

This manual addresses how to deploy and configure a LoadMaster appliance with Microsoft Exchange 2016.

6.28 MS Lync 2010

This manual addresses how to deploy and configure a LoadMaster appliance with Microsoft Lync Server 2010. Specifically, configuration information applies to Front-End Pools, Director Pools and Edge Pools.

6.29 MS Lync 2013

This manual addresses how to deploy and configure a LoadMaster appliance with Microsoft Lync Server 2013. Specifically, configuration information applies to Front-End Pools, Director Pools and Edge Pools.

6.30 AD FS

This guide addresses how to deploy and configure a LoadMaster appliance with AD FS. Specifically, configuration information applies to an AD FS Internal Farm and AD FS Proxy Farm Virtual Service.

6.31 AD FS v3

This documentation is intended to provide guidance on how to configure KEMP LoadMaster products to provide high availability for an AD FS 3.0 environment, based on Windows Server 2012 R2.

6.32 Oracle EBS

This document is intended to provide technical guidance on configuring the KEMP LoadMaster to provide various application delivery network services for Oracle E-Business Suite application.

6.33 Oracle JD Edwards

This document explains how to add and configure a Virtual Service in the LoadMaster to load balance JD Edwards traffic.

6.34 Oracle PeopleSoft

This document outlines how to quickly and easily configure the LoadMaster to load balance the PeopleSoft workload.

6.35 Pearson Powerschool

This document provides the recommended LoadMaster settings used when load balancing the Pearson PowerSchool workload.

6.36 RabbitMQ

This document provides the recommended LoadMaster settings used when load balancing the RabbitMQ workload.

6.37 Remote Desktop Services

This deployment guide provides instructions on how to configure the KEMP LoadMaster to load balance the various Microsoft RDS roles in Windows Server 2012 R2.

6.38 SAP

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.

6.39 SharePoint

The purpose of this document is to provide guidance on how to configure the KEMP LoadMaster for Microsoft SharePoint.

6.40 Skype for Business

This documentation is intended to provide guidance on how to configure the KEMP LoadMaster to load balance a Microsoft Skype for Business 2015 environment.

6.41 VMware Access Point

This document provides the recommended LoadMaster settings used when load balancing the VMware Access Point workload for the Horizon View and Horizon Air Hybrid-Mode use cases.

6.42 VMware Horizon View 5.2

This document is intended to provide guidance on how to configure KEMP LoadMaster products to provide high availability for a VMware Horizon view 5.2 environment.

6.43 VMware Horizon View 6

This document describes how to balance client traffic in a VMware Horizon (with View) 6 environment using the KEMP LoadMaster.

6.44 VMware Horizon Workspace

This document is intended to provide guidance on how to configure KEMP LoadMaster products to work with VMware Horizon Workspace.

6.45 vRealize Automation

This document provides guidance on how to deploy vRealize Automation with a KEMP LoadMaster.

7 Interface Descriptions

Interface Descriptions provide instructions on how to use the interfaces to the LoadMaster product.

7.1 LoadMaster CLI

This document describes the console-based Command Line Interface (CLI) to the KEMP LoadMaster. It describes in detail how to configure the various features of the KEMP LoadMaster using the CLI.

7.2 Java API

This document describes the Java API interface to the KEMP LoadMaster. It describes in detail how to configure the various features of the LoadMaster using Java API commands.

This document is no longer updated. It is correct as of LoadMaster firmware version 7.1-30 and can be used as a reference. However, any changes to the Java API made after that time may not be reflected in this document. The internal help Javadoc which is provided with the KEMP Java API library can be referred to for an up-to-date list of commands.

7.3 KEMP 360 Central Console Admin

This document describes the KEMP 360 Central console administration tasks.

7.4 KEMP 360 Vision Console Admin

This document describes the KEMP 360 Central console administration tasks.

7.5 Multi-Tenant LoadMaster API

This document describes the API interface to the KEMP Multi-Tenant LoadMaster product. It describes in detail how to configure the various features of the Multi-Tenant LoadMaster using the API.

7.6 PowerShell API

This document describes the Windows PowerShell Interface to the KEMP LoadMaster.

7.7 RESTful API

This document describes the RESTful API Interface to the KEMP LoadMaster. It describes in detail how to configure the various features of the KEMP LoadMaster using the RESTful API.

8 Installation Guides

These documents provide information on how to install the various KEMP products. Detailed instructions on Installation, Configuration and Troubleshooting are provided

8.1 Cisco UCS B-Series Blade Server

This document describes the installation of the LoadMaster on the Cisco B-Series Blade Server.

8.2 Cisco UCS C-Series

This document describes the installation of the LoadMaster on the Cisco C-Series.

8.3 Fujitsu Primergy

This document describes the installation of the LoadMaster on Fujitsu Primergy Servers.

8.4 Hardware LoadMaster

This document outlines how to install a hardware LoadMaster.

8.5 HP ProLiant

This document describes the installation of the LoadMaster on HP ProLiant Servers.

8.6 KEMP 360 Central for AWS

The purpose of this document is to provide step-by-step instructions on deploying KEMP 360 Central in Amazon Web Services (AWS).

8.7 KEMP 360 Central for Azure

This document provides step-by-step instructions on deploying KEMP 360 Central in Microsoft Azure.

8.8 KEMP 360 Central for Hyper-V

The purpose of this document is to provide step-by-step instructions on deploying KEMP 360 Central with Microsoft Hyper-V.

8.9 KEMP 360 Central for vSphere

The purpose of this document is to provide step-by-step instructions on deploying KEMP 360 Central with VMware vSphere.

8.10 KEMP 360 Vision

The purpose of this document is to provide step-by-step instructions on how to install and deploy KEMP 360 Vision.

8.11 KEMP LBaaS Driver for Mirantis OpenStack

This document explains how to install the KEMP LBaaS driver in Mirantis OpenStack and how to deploy a LoadMaster instance in Mirantis OpenStack.

8.12 KEMP LBaaS Driver for Red Hat OpenStack

This document explains how to install the KEMP LBaaS driver in Red Hat OpenStack and how to deploy a LoadMaster instance in Red Hat OpenStack.

8.13 LoadMaster R-Series

This document describes the installation of the LoadMaster on the Dell R-Series.

8.14 Oracle Sun x86 Servers

This document describes the installation of the LoadMaster on Oracle Sun x86 Servers.

8.15 Oracle VirtualBox

This document describes the installation of the Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) within an Oracle VirtualBox hypervisor environment.

8.16 VMware vCloud Air

This document describes the installation of the Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) within a VMware vCloud Air environment.

8.17 VMWare Workstation and Player

This document describes the installation of the Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) within a VMware Workstation and VMware Player hosted hypervisor environment.

KEMP stopped supporting the VLM on VMWare Server on June 30th, 2011 because VMware Server is no longer supported by VMware.

8.18 XEN (Para-Virtualized)

This document describes the installation of the Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) within a Xen, para-virtualized environment.

8.19 KVM (Para-Virtualized)

This document describes the installation of the Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) within a KVM, para-virtualized environment.

8.20 Microsoft Hyper-V – Windows Server 2008 R2

This document describes the installation of the Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) within a Microsoft Hyper-V environment on Windows Server 2008 R2.

8.21 Microsoft Hyper-V – Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8

This document describes the installation of the Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) within a Microsoft Hyper-V environment on Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 8.

8.22 VMWare ESX, ESXi using vSphere

This document describes the installation of the Virtual LoadMaster (VLM) within a VMware ESX or ESXi hypervisor environment.

9 Technical Notes

These are technical documents, describing various technical aspects of the LoadMaster. These documents typically provide technical information regarding particular technical aspects of the KEMP products

9.1 WAF Rule Writing Guide

The purpose of this document is to provide some guidance on how to write your own custom WAF rules. These custom rules can be uploaded to the LoadMaster and assigned to Virtual Services as needed.

9.2 API for Agent-Based Adaptive Balancing

This document describes Agent-Based Adaptive Balancing and the conditions around it.

9.3 Bare Metal Boot Options

This document provides further information on each of the bare metal boot options.

9.4 Chained Health Checking (Pre-7.1.35)

This document provides example scenarios and instructions on how to perform chained health checking using LoadMasters with versions 7.1-28 to 7.1.34.1.

9.5 Configuring Real Servers for DSR

This document details how to configure real servers for Direct Server Return (DSR). It includes details on how to configure Windows for DSR. It also describes how to configure a Virtual IP (VIP) on the loopback interface of various platforms.

9.6 Content Switching with Exchange and Lync-related Workloads

This document provides a description and step-by-step instructions on how to use content switching with Exchange and Lync-related workloads, in two different scenarios.

9.7 Custom Authentication Form

With KEMP’s Edge Security Pack (ESP), it is possible to specify how clients, which are connecting to the LoadMaster, are authenticated. One of the options is Form Based authentication. When this option is selected, clients must enter their user details within a form to be authenticated on the LoadMaster. This document describes how to customize the login form when Form Based authentication is selected as the Client Authentication mode.

9.8 ESP Steering Groups

The purpose of this document is to provide information and instructions on how to configure the LoadMaster to steer client traffic based on group membership.

9.9 Install Adaptive Agent – Windows

This document outlines how to install the adaptive agent with Windows 2008 server.

9.10 LoadMaster Physical to Logical Port Assignment

This document outlines the total number of Ethernet and Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP+) ports on each hardware LoadMaster. Because the physical port labels on each LoadMaster model may vary, this document shows the factory default logical port label assignment.

9.11 Lync 2013 Server Security Guide

This document outlines some steps that can be taken to ensure that a Lync 2013 environment is operating as securely as possible.

9.12 Multi-Factor Authentication

This document provides step-by-step instructions on how to configure Azure, the MFA server and the KEMP LoadMaster to provide multi-factor authentication.

9.13 Packet Trace Guide

This document provides step-by-step instructions on how to perform a TCP dump in both the LoadMaster WUI and the console.

9.14 RADIUS Authentication and Authorization

The Remote Access Dial In User Service (RADIUS) server can be used to authenticate users who log in to the KEMP LoadMaster. The LoadMaster passes the user’s details to the RADIUS server and the RADIUS server informs the LoadMaster whether the user is authenticated or not. This document provides further information and steps on configuring RADIUS authentication and authorization.

9.15 RADIUS Challenge/Response

This document provides information on RADIUS challenge/response authentication.

9.16 Resource Utilization

This document outlines what resources each of the major LoadMaster features utilize and what interactions can be expected when utilizing multiple features.

9.17 RESTful API Programmer Guide

This document provides examples of how some RESTful API commands (which are listed and described in the main RESTful API document, referred to in the Java API section) might be used, using hypothetical data. This document is intended to complement the main RESTful API description document.

9.18 Software Migration – 5.1 to 6.0

This document outlines the recommended software migration process from LoadMaster firmware version 5.1 to 6.0.

9.19 Software Migration – 6 to 7

This document outlines the recommended software migration process from LoadMaster version 6 to 7.

9.20 Updating the LoadMaster Software

This document describes the steps to upgrade the LoadMaster software.

9.21 Verifying XML Signatures

The purpose of this document is to outline how to validate the digital signatures of resources provided by KEMP. Resources such as firmware, templates, patches and add-ons have associated XML files that contain the digital signature for the resource.

References

The documents referred to in this overview, unless otherwise stated, are available from http://kemptechnologies.com/documentation.

Document History

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Change

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Version

Resp.

Apr 2015

Updates made

Additional documents added

1.23

LB

June 2015

Updates made

Document removed

1.24

KG

June 2015

Release updates

Updates for 7.1-28 release

1.25

LB

July 2015

Updates made

Documents added

1.26

LB

Aug 2015

Updates made

Documents added

3.0

LB

Sep 2015

Updates made

Updates for 7.1-30 release

4.0

LB

Oct 2015

Minor update

Updated header and footer

5.0

LB

Jan 2016

Updates made

Updates for 7.1-32a release

6.0

LB

Mar 2016

Release updates

Updates for 7.1-34 release

7.0

LB

Apr 2016

Minor update

Enhancements made

8.0

LB

July 2016

Release updates

Updates for 7.1.35 release

9.0

LB

Oct 2016

Release updates

Updates for 7.2.36 release

10.0

LB

Jan 2017

Minor change

Updated Copyright Notices

11.0

POC

Mar 2017

Release updates

Updates for 7.2.37 release

12.0

LB

Apr 2017 Release updates Updates for 7.2.38 release 13.0 LB

 

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hoshino.shinichi

Where do I download LBaaS driver and the deploy manual from?