Load Balancing Seclore

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Configuration has yet to be fully verified, Kemp Support will gladly assist if your Seclore traffic is not flowing as expected.

 

1   Introduction

Seclore is a security solutions focusing on information usage control, information rights management (IRM) and secure outsourcing. The company's products enhance collaboration and data security while managing risk.

1.1  Document Purpose

This section details a configuration for a specific application that has been provided by a customer but has yet to be fully tested

This specific configuration will ensure that your Seclore servers are highly-available, scalable, and secure.

Configuration has yet to be fully verified, Kemp Support will gladly assist if your Seclore traffic is not flowing as expected.

 

2  Configuration 

 

2.1  Global Configuration

       No Changes Required

 

  2.2  Virtual Service Configuration

 One virtual Service is required that will listen on port 443, where traffic will be forwarded on port 8080. If required, a second virtual service will be used to redirect port 80 traffic to port 443.

 

Port 80 Redirect

When 443 Virtual Service is created, navigate to Modify VS --> Advanced Properties --> Add a Port 80 Redirector VS

   

 

2.3   Create VS

 > New Virtual Service

 > Enter IP Address

 > Port = 443

 > Name = Seclore

 > Add New Virtual Service

  

   

2.4    Standard Options   

 >  Persistence = Super HTTP (You will need to enable "SSL Acceleration" in SSL Properties in section  2.5) 

 >  Timeout =  1 Hours

 > Scheduling Method = Least Connection

 

 

 

2.5   Enable SSL Acceleration  (Tick Reencrypt if Server expects 443 Encrypted Traffic)

  >  Assign Certificate

 

  

2.6    Real Servers

    > Checker Parameter Type = HTTP   (HTTPS If Renencrypting) 

    > Checked Port = 8080    (443 If Renencrypting) 

    >  Add New

 

  

       > Enter Real Server IP Address

       > Port = 8080 

       > Forwarding Method = NAT

 


If you have successfully Load Balanced your Seclore Servers by implementing this specific configuration, please give a thumbs up or please leave a comment on a possible alteration that was required to make it function. Thank you

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