I need your help!
our customer want to check html files
but this html files not exist in root
for example html files located root/a/b/c/aa.html
I'm testing on our lab but.. it is not work
why F5 can't check this html file?
Your question is contradicting, please recheck.
Ask your client to give the complete url of the html file directly accessed through the server IP or server hostname in the browser
Using that we'll frame the syntax.
Also it's possible, the backend server has site binding, so unless you give the right host header in the send query, you'll have this monitor marked down all time.
Yes I testing on our lab using apache2 web server
but it is not working server send 404 code, I made a test file on this server ..