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AskF5 Home Products BIG-IP LTM Configuration Guide for BIG-IP Local Traffic Management Click here to view the PDF Applies To: Show Versions BIG-IP LTM 10.0.1, 10.0.0 BIG-IP ASM 10.0.1, 10.0.0 BIG-IP PSM 10.0.1, 10.0.0 BIG-IP WebAccelerator 10.0.1, 10.0.0 BIG-IP WOM 10.0.1, 10.0.0 Manual: Configuration Guide for BIG-IP Local Traffic Management Original Publication Date: 03/12/2009Updated Date: 08/29/2013 Legal Notices Introducing Local Traffic Management Understanding local traffic management Summary of local traffic-management capabilities Managing specific types of application traffic Optimizing performance Enhancing network security Summarizing local traffic management configuration Using the Configuration utility Configuring local traffic objects Managing timeout settings for connections and sessions Getting started Using the network map feature Understanding the filtering mechanism Displaying a summary of local traffic objects Displaying the network map Understanding application templates Benefits of application templates Working with application templates About this guide Finding additional information Stylistic conventions Finding help and technical support resources Configuring Virtual Servers Introducing virtual servers and virtual addresses What is a virtual server? What is a virtual address? How does a virtual server work? Understanding virtual server types Host virtual servers Network virtual servers Understanding clustered multi-processing Seeing differences in system behavior when CMP is enabled Disabling and re-enabling CMP Understanding CMP on redundant systems Creating a virtual server Understanding virtual server and virtual address settings Configuring virtual server settings Configuring virtual address settings Managing virtual servers and virtual addresses Viewing or modifying a virtual server configuration Viewing or modifying a virtual address configuration Understanding virtual server and virtual address status Enabling or disabling a virtual server or virtual address Deleting a virtual server or virtual address Configuring Nodes Introducing nodes Creating and modifying nodes Configuring node settings Specifying an address for a node Specifying a node name Assigning health monitors Specifying the availability requirement Specifying a ratio weight Setting a connection limit Managing nodes Viewing a list of nodes Viewing node properties Understanding node status Enabling or disabling a node Deleting a node Removing monitor associations Configuring Load Balancing Pools Introducing load balancing pools What is a load balancing pool? Features of a load balancing pool Creating and modifying load balancing pools Creating and implementing a load balancing pool Modifying a load balancing pool Modifying pool membership Configuring pool settings Specifying a pool name Associating health monitors with a pool Specifying the availability requirements Allowing SNATs and NATs Specifying action when a service becomes unavailable Configuring a slow ramp time Configuring the Type of Service (ToS) level Configuring the Quality of Service (QoS) level Specifying the load balancing method Specifying priority-based member activation Specifying pool members Configuring pool member settings Specifying a ratio weight for a pool member Specifying priority-based member activation Specifying a connection limit Selecting an explicit monitor association Creating an explicit monitor association for a pool member Specifying an availability requirement Managing pools and pool members Managing pools Managing pool members Removing monitor associations Viewing pool and pool member statistics Understanding Profiles Introducing profiles Profile types Default profiles Custom and parent profiles Summarizing profiles Creating and modifying profiles Using a default profile as is Modifying a default profile Creating a custom profile Modifying a custom profile Viewing and deleting profiles Viewing a list of profiles Deleting a profile Implementing a profile Finding more information Managing Application Layer Traffic Introducing application layer traffic management Configuring HTTP standard profile settings Understanding HTTP profile settings Configuring HTTP compression Compression in a typical client-server scenario Compression using the BIG-IP system Using an HTTP profile for data compression Working with data compression strategies Understanding compression providers Understanding compression strategy selection Understanding the adaptive compression strategy Viewing compression statistics Configuring the RAM Cache feature Getting started with RAM caching Understanding RAM Cache settings Using an HTTP profile for RAM caching Optimizing data compression and RAM caching Using the http-acceleration profile Using the http-wan-optimized-compression profile Using the http-lan-optimized-caching profile Using the http-wan-optimized-compression-caching profile Configuring FTP profile settings Specifying a profile name Specifying a parent profile Specifying a Translate Extended value Specifying a data port Enabling security for FTP traffic Configuring SIP profile settings Understanding SIP profile settings Customizing SIP persistence Configuring RTSP profile settings Configuring iSession profile settings Enabling Session Persistence Introducing session persistence Configuring a persistence profile Enabling session persistence through iRules Using the OneConnect profile with session persistence Persistence types and their profiles Types of persistence Understanding criteria for session persistence Cookie persistence Destination address affinity persistence Hash persistence Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol persistence SIP persistence Source address affinity persistence SSL persistence Universal persistence Managing Protocol Profiles Introducing protocol profiles Configuring a Fast L4 profile Understanding Fast L4 profile settings Configuring PVA hardware acceleration Configuring a Fast HTTP profile Understanding Fast HTTP profile settings Configuring an HTTP Class profile Understanding HTTP Class profile settings Classifying traffic through other BIG-IP modules Configuring TCP profiles Understanding TCP profile settings Understanding tcp-lan-optimized profile settings Understanding tcp-wan-optimized profile settings Configuring a UDP profile Configuring an SCTP profile Managing SSL Traffic Introducing SSL traffic management Managing client-side and server-side traffic Summarizing SSL traffic-control features Understanding certificate verification Understanding certificate revocation Understanding encryption/decryption Understanding client authorization Understanding SSL session persistence Understanding other SSL features Managing keys and certificates Displaying information about existing keys and certificates Creating a request for a new certificate and key Renewing a certificate Deleting a certificate/key pair Importing keys, certificates, and archives Creating an archive Understanding SSL profiles Configuring SSL profile settings Specifying a profile name Selecting a parent profile Specifying a certificate name Specifying a key name Specifying and confirming a pass phrase Configuring a certificate chain Specifying trusted client CAs Specifying SSL ciphers Configuring workarounds Enabling ModSSL method emulation Configuring the SSL session cache Specifying an alert timeout value Specifying a handshake timeout value Forcing renegotiation of SSL sessions Configuring SSL shutdowns Accepting non-SSL connections Configuring client and server authentication settings Configuring certificate presentation Configuring per-session authentication Advertising a list of trusted client CAs Configuring authentication depth Configuring name-based authentication Certificate revocation Authenticating Application Traffic Introducing remote authentication BIG-IP system authentication modules Implementing authentication modules Implementing an LDAP authentication module Creating an LDAP configuration object Creating an LDAP profile Implementing a RADIUS authentication module Creating a RADIUS server object Creating a RADIUS configuration object Creating a RADIUS profile Implementing a TACACS+ authentication module Creating a TACACS+ configuration object Creating a TACACS+ profile Implementing an SSL client certificate LDAP authentication module Understanding SSL client certificate authorization Creating an SSL client certificate LDAP configuration object Creating an SSL client certificate LDAP authorization profile Implementing an SSL OCSP authentication module Understanding OCSP Creating an OCSP responder object Creating an SSL OCSP configuration object Creating an SSL OCSP profile Implementing a CRLDP authentication module Creating a CRLDP server object Creating a CRLDP configuration object Creating a CRLDP profile Implementing a Kerberos Delegation authentication module Creating a Kerberos Delegation configuration object Creating a Kerberos Delegation profile Using Additional Profiles Introducing other types of profiles Configuring a OneConnect profile Configuring an NTLM profile Configuring a Statistics profile Configuring a Stream profile Configuring Monitors Introducing monitors Summary of monitor types About monitor settings Overview of monitor implementation Creating a custom monitor Special configuration considerations Setting destinations Using transparent and reverse modes Configuring the Manual Resume setting Configuring the Check Until Up setting Associating monitors with pools and nodes Managing monitors Configuring NATs Understanding network address translation What is a NAT? Understanding NATs for inbound connections Understanding NATs for outbound connections Creating a NAT Additional restrictions Managing NATs Viewing or modifying NATs Deleting a NAT Enabling or disabling NATs for a load balancing pool Configuring SNATs Understanding secure network address translation Understanding SNATs for client-initiated (inbound) connections Understanding SNATs for server-initiated (outbound) connections Understanding SNAT implementation Creating a SNAT pool Creating a SNAT Creating a standard SNAT Creating an intelligent SNAT Assigning a SNAT pool directly to a virtual server Managing SNATs Viewing or modifying SNATs and SNAT pools Defining and viewing translation addresses Deleting SNATs, SNAT pools, and translation addresses Enabling or disabling SNATs or NATs for a load balancing pool Enabling or disabling SNAT translation addresses SNAT examples Example 1 -- Establishing a standard SNAT that uses a SNAT pool Example 2 -- Establishing an intelligent SNAT Configuring Traffic Classes Introducing traffic classes Creating a traffic class Configuring traffic class settings Managing traffic classes Configuring Rate Shaping Introducing rate shaping Creating and implementing rate classes Configuring rate class settings Specifying a name Specifying a base rate Specifying a ceiling Specifying a burst size Specifying direction Specifying a parent class Specifying a shaping policy Specifying a queue method Specifying a drop policy Managing rate classes Writing iRules Introducing iRules What is an iRule? Basic iRule elements Specifying traffic destinations and address translations Creating iRules Understanding iRules and administrative partitions Controlling iRule evaluation Configuration prerequisites Specifying events Using iRule commands Statement commands Query and manipulation commands Utility commands Working with profiles Reading profile settings Overriding profile settings Enabling session persistence with iRules Creating, managing, and using data groups Using the matchclass command Creating data groups Storage options Displaying data group properties Managing data group members Health and Performance Monitors Monitor reference External FirePass FTP Gateway ICMP HTTP HTTPS ICMP IMAP Inband Virtual server considerations CMP considerations LDAP Module Score MSSQL Prerequisite tasks for MSSQL MSSQL monitor settings and their default values Troubleshooting MSSQL logins NNTP Oracle POP3 RADIUS RPC Real Server SASP Scripted SIP SMB SMTP SNMP DCA SNMP DCA Base SOAP TCP TCP Echo TCP Half Open UDP WAP WMI Additional Monitor Considerations Implementing monitors for Dynamic Ratio load balancing Implementing a Real Server monitor Implementing a WMI monitor Implementing an SNMP DCA or SNMP DCA Base monitor Implementing an MSSQL monitor Working with the OpenSSL Utility Introducing OpenSSL for the BIG-IP system Creating a certificate for a client system Creating a certificate for a web site Working with certificate revocation Performing other certificate-related tasks

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