Pardon the n00b question here: Reverse proxy?
I and one of my new network engineers have recently inherited some F5 responsibilities. My knowledge of load-balancing is pretty rudimentary. This is going to be one of those things where 90% of F5 engineers/devs who know what they're doing would respond with "RTFM!!!" and trust me, I am more than happy (elated even!) to RTFM, but I don't know what I don't know yet and I'm really hoping someone can throw me a bone here. I think my first failure here is one of terminology.
I think what I want to accomplish is a reverse proxy.
The DNS for the VIP we'll say is "www.ourserver.com"
The members in the pool would be:
The problem is that when someone connects to the VIP, it forwards the request and the URL is written as https://server1.internaldomain.com and we just want the URL to show as https://www.ourserver.com . We've tried a number of i-rule formulas that we thought would achieve this that haven't worked out. Am I even on the right path here? Is there a specific section of the M for me to RTF someone can point me to?