Configure Auto-Translate Port

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    adrews
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    Hi ! i try to create a Range for Auto Port translation for Oracle Web App (port 7777).
    I dont see this option! :/
    I have ACOS 2.7.2-P10(build: 86) – TH1030S


    To configure Auto-Translate Port:
    1. Select Confi g Mode > Service > SLB
    2. On the menu bar, select Global > Auto Translation
    3. Click on one of the range names. The Auto Translation screen appears
    Note: If a range has already been confi gured for use by non-standard port numbers, do not reconfi gure this
    range. Instead, select an un-confi gured range.
    4. Edit the port numbers in the Start Port and End Port fi elds, based on the guidelines described
    above
    5. Click OK

    https://www.a10networks.com/resources/deployment-guides/oracle-application-server
    Thanks!!!

    Regards

    • This topic was modified 7 months, 1 week ago by avatar adrews.
    #14002
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    hkohn72
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    Hello adrews,

    the documentation is for ACOS 2.0.X (2009).
    This function doesn’t exist in 2.7.X anymore.
    The goal of this function was to set a range of target ports at the server side.
    Usually you have only one or some ports to balance on.

    What is your use case you want to use it for? Please explain it more detailed.

    Thank you!

    CU hkohn!

    #14012
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    adrews
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    Hi hkohn72 !
    Thanks for the replies!!

    I have a Oracle APP, and the user login is on port 7777 after thah use port 80.
    i try to put the app in the 443 port, making ssl offload.
    Any suggest?

    Thank you!
    Regards

    Alvaro

    #14042
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    hkohn72
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    Hello Alvaro,

    i suggest this config to redirect and offload the SSL traffic. i am not sure port 7777 is correct for your use but you can adjust it your own way.

    slb server server1 1.1.1.1
    port 80 tcp
    port 7777 tcp
    !
    slb server server2 1.1.1.2
    port 80 tcp
    port 7777 tcp
    !
    slb service-group sg-80 tcp
    member server1:80
    member server2:80
    !
    !
    slb service-group sg-7777 tcp
    member server1:7777
    member server2:7777
    !
    !
    slb template client-ssl client-ssl
    cert client-ssl
    chain-cert client-ssl
    key client-ssl
    !
    slb virtual-server VIP-1 2.2.2.1
    port 80 http
    name _2.2.2.1_HTTP_80
    aflex redirect-HTTP-to-HTTPS
    port 7777 tcp
    service-group sg-7777
    port 443 https
    service-group sg-80
    template client-ssl client-ssl

    aFlex: redirect-HTTP-to-HTTPS
    when HTTP_REQUEST {
    HTTP::redirect https://[HTTP::host][HTTP::uri]
    }

    This should mainly solve you needs for this project.
    Let me know if you need additional information.

    CU hkohn!

    #14052
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    adrews
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    OK thanks!
    Why use two service group ?

    I try to make this :
    https://www.a10networks.com/sites/default/files/resource-files/DG_Oracle.pdf

    Mi intention is no publish the 7777 port to the cliente, else this comunicacion stay in the ADC. some like PAT

    Thanks for the help!

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