we've got a VS for 2 MS IIS Webserver.
Question: if I configure the Pool with regular Nodes, the Monitor connects the Nodes with the IP Adress, right?
Then I've got a problem with the Webserver-Binding (only Bindings for hostname and Website-Name)
What if I configure the Pool with fqdn-Node? Is it sure, Monitor connects with hostname?
when I make from BIG-IP a
curl -k https://webbvk1.bvk.int/Smoke-Test
I get the Response
but with a Pool with webbvk1.bvk.int and webbvk2.bvk.int as fqdn-Node, the members are marked as down.
webbvk1 & 2 are CNAMEs
HEAD /Smoke-Test HTTP/1.0\r\n\r\n
any Idea, where I could look for? Or a Problem with the IIS?
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Take a look here:
So, for your example, you will want an HTTP protocol and send string that supports host headers for virtual hosting support. So, in your case, it would be something like that following:
GET /Smoke-Test HTTP/1.1\r\nHost: webbvk1.bvk.int\r\nConnection: Close\r\n\r\n
Thank you, but another question:
CNAME webbvk1 is on Member A and CNAME webbvk2 is on Member B, and of course I need to monitor both Member.
when I insert the hostname in the send-string, I only monitor webbvk1, or am I wrong?
A monitor connects always to the pool members it is attached to. The send string does not affect this. You need for each send string a separate monitor and attach it individually to the pool members.