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How to use/apply an HTTP profile in an LTM policy

JDamianB
Altostratus
Altostratus

Hi

My VS is configured using an LTM policy.

I created an HTTP Profile to "Insert X-Forwarded-For" into the header.

How can I apply/use this profile in my LTM policy?

I wonder whether that is possible.

 

Best regards

 

Best regards

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Paulius
MVP
MVP

@JDamianB I believe you would do the following in the LTM policy.

Paulius_0-1683549441406.png

Hopefully that is what you are referring to. They did something similar in the following existing article on here.

https://community.f5.com/t5/technical-forum/ltm-x-forwarded-for-policy-route-domain-id/td-p/220601

In most cases a lot of the request can be found by searching the this forum for what you are looking for at this location. You will notice that I referenced the first article that came up. This will save you a significant amount of time in waiting for someone to reply to your post.

Paulius_2-1683549601123.png

 

 

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Paulius
MVP
MVP

@JDamianB I believe you would do the following in the LTM policy.

Paulius_0-1683549441406.png

Hopefully that is what you are referring to. They did something similar in the following existing article on here.

https://community.f5.com/t5/technical-forum/ltm-x-forwarded-for-policy-route-domain-id/td-p/220601

In most cases a lot of the request can be found by searching the this forum for what you are looking for at this location. You will notice that I referenced the first article that came up. This will save you a significant amount of time in waiting for someone to reply to your post.

Paulius_2-1683549601123.png

 

 

I'm marking this as an Accepted Solution so future users can easily find this answer - though if it didn't help @JDamianB, please let me know and I'll unmark it.