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Sample load-balancer- Cisco 11500 Series Content Services Switch

The BMC Software Quality Assurance department tested a load-balancing configuration using the Cisco 11500 Series Content Services Switch (CSS) with software version WebNS 4.10, 5, 6, 7, build 17s. The two BMC Remedy AR System servers shared a database on another computer, as shown in the following figure. Specific ports were not defined, and the default setting (ON) was used for the persistence (sticky) option. The default setting of round robin was used for our load-balancing technique.

Load-balancer configuration tested by BMC Software

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The following configuration was used for the CSS appliance:

!*************************** GLOBAL ***************************
username admin1 des-password <encrypted_password> superuser
username admin2 des-password <encrypted_password> superuser
username admin3 des-password <encrypted_password> superuser

ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 172.23.32.1 1




!************************* INTERFACE *************************
interface e5
  bridge vlan 10

interface e6
  bridge vlan 20



!************************** CIRCUIT **************************
circuit VLAN10

  ip address 172.23.32.15 255.255.248.0

circuit VLAN20

  ip address 172.23.41.5 255.255.255.0


!************************** SERVICE **************************
service www-server1
  ip address 172.23.41.15
  active

service www-server2
  ip address 172.23.41.16
  active



!*************************** OWNER ***************************
owner sample

  content rule1
    add service www-server1
    add service www-server2
    vip address 172.23.33.95
    active

For information about how to configure a load balancer with the Cisco CSS, see the Cisco Systems website at http://www.cisco.com. The following documents are relevant to load-balancer configuration:

For more information on load balancer configuration, see f5 load balancer sample configuration

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