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How to configure the load balancer for workers with https and no sticky session?

Hello,

Our network experts warn us about the configuration of the loadbalancer used by workers and partners. We could have issue if sticky session is not activated and https is used in our HPOO 10.51 cluster architecture.

Could you detail the configuration of the virtual IP used by HPOO users and the other configuration for the workers and partners which use 10.51 API?

Thanks in advance

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Re: How to configure the load balancer for workers with https and no sticky session?

Can you please explain what the network experts do allow\recommend? Do they allow HTTPS only with sticky sessions configured? why?

You could use the same VIP for the users & the RASes, so that everything is sticky, but this missed the point of balancing the load between the different centrals in the cluster.

please clarify so i can give you a more accurate answer.

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Avigail

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Re: How to configure the load balancer for workers with https and no sticky session?

Hi,

Thank you for your answer.

From what i understood, they recommend to activate sticky session when https is used because of the ssl protocol =>for exemple the certificate verification could failed if persistence is not set because exchange could be distributed between different servers.

Regards

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