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how to use h2c recv/recv-disable pool members

alven_kim
Altostratus
Altostratus

Hello, everyone.

 

I want to check the pool member status by utilizing the monitor for HTTP/2(h2c) which is recv/recv-disable.

 

EAV only checks State Up/Down.

The Monitor-Up (Enabled/Disabled) option is not available on EAV.

 

I tried to implement it with i-rule, but I'm having a hard time because I'm not familiar with Tcl.

 

Is there any way to use recv/recv-disable monitor for h2c?

Any way is fine, so please give me a guide me.

 

Thank you.

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Lidev
MVP
MVP

Hi,

why use an iRules for h2c monitoring instead of standard monitoring (receive string) ?

Check below F5 articles for more details :K29224049: Overview of the BIG-IP HTTP/2 monitor

 

Regards

 

Hello, Lidev

 

I read the document you told me.

However, it does not seem necessary because it is a story about HTTP/2(h2). I need a monitor (enabled/disabled) for HTTP/2(h2c).

 

The purpose is to utilize SSL Termination as HTTP/2.

 

Architecture) AS-IS

Client -------------------- BIG-IP -------------------- Server(App or WAS)

.................HTTP/1.1.........................HTTP/1.1

 

Architecture) TO-BE

Client -------------------- BIG-IP -------------------- Server(App or WAS)

...............HTTP/2(h2)..................HTTP2(h2c)​

 

This is because F5 is used for rolling-deployment.

Therefore, you should use h2c to make the monitor (enabled/disabled) distinguished.​

 

Regards