You can create a pool (a logical set of devices, such as web servers, that you
group together to receive and process HTTPS traffic) to efficiently distribute the load
on your server resources.
On the Main tab, click
The Pool List screen opens.
The New Pool screen opens.
In the Name field, type a unique name for the
Assign the https or https_443 health monitor from
the Available list by moving it to the Active list.
From the Load Balancing Method list, select how the
system distributes traffic to members of this pool.
The default is Round Robin.
For the Priority Group Activation setting, specify how
to handle priority groups:
- Select Disabled to disable priority groups. This
is the default option.
- Select Less than, and in the Available
Members field, type the minimum number of members that must
remain available in each priority group in order for traffic to remain
confined to that group.
Add each resource that you want to include in the pool using the New
Type an IP address in the Address field, or
select a node address from the Node List.
Type 443 in the Service
Port field, or select HTTPS from
(Optional) Type a priority number in the
The HTTPS load balancing pool now appears in the Pool List screen.