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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 Lotus Quickr servers are highly-available, scalable, and secure.
Configuration has yet to be fully verified, Kemp Support will gladly assist if your Lotus Quickr traffic is not flowing as expected.
2 Configuration Required
2.1 Global Configuration
No Changes Required
2.2 Virtual Service Configuration:
Two Virtual Services required. A port 80 Redirect and a port 443 for connecting. For this setup we are not Re-Encrypting as the server is listening on port 80, if server is listening on port 443, you can either choose to not implement SSL Offloading, or tick the SSL Re-Encrypt option.
2.3 Virtual Services
> New Virtual Service
> Enter IP Address
> Port = 443
> Name = Lotus Quickr
> Add New Virtual Service
2.4 Standard Options
> Disable Transparency
> Persistence = Source IP
> Persistence Time = 1 Hour
> Scheduling Method = Round Robin
2.5 Enable SSL Acceleration (Enable Re-encryption if Server Requires)
> Re-Encrypt if server requires secure connection
> Assign Certificate
2.6 Real Servers
> Checker Parameter Type = HTTP
> Check Port = 80
> Add New
> Enter Real Server IP Address
> Port = 80
> Forwarding Method = NAT
2.7 Create Port 80 Redirect
> Advanced Properties
|> Add a Port 80 Redirector VS||Redirection URL: https://%h%s|
If you have successfully Load Balanced your Lotus Quickr environment 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