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I suspect I am missing some fundamental understanding for this but what i want to accomplish is to have a wide ip that monitors two web servers and just returns only an ip of a server that is up.
I created two server objects of product generic host.
I put the ip of one webserver in the big-ip system devices and also created a resource on the page with the same ip.
Repeated the process for the other.
I created a GSLB pool and added both server objects.
I created the wide ip object and added the pool.
Resolves as expected with the webserver ips alternating, however none of the health monitors actually work (all are red)
when i look at the pool members they have the error against availibility as Offline (Enabled) - Monitor /Common/gateway_icmp from <unknown> : no reply from big3d: timed out
I suspect I am creating the server object incorrect or there is another way to do this, could anyone please advise?
hi F5 Community,
I am also facing same issue.
My Backendserver is listening on port 443, and Server is in DMZ zone, i created DMZ vlan on Bigip DNZ with route domain 1.
i created the Listner from same subnet Self Floating IP . and Backend Server is also in same zone. from F5 cli ping is working fine to backend server,
when i want to set health monitor with tcp 443 it is showing red and all other already available health monitor are also showing it red.
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