Cluster Management

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Cluster Management

The virtual cluster management page allows for management of the virtual IP address that represents the real servers (physical or virtual) being load balanced.

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Match Rule Configuration

The Match Rule configuration page is the control frame work for Layer 7 content-switching functions, which include a graphical expression editor for rule construction.

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System Information

The home page is the first page after log-in, and it presents summary system information on this instance of Equalizer OnDemand.

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Creating an IPv6 Tunnel

The Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) tunnel page shows the required elements for creating a 6-in-4 IPv6 tunnel with an IPv6 tunnel provider, in this instance Hurricane Electric.

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Global Parameters

The global parameters screen allows centralized control of routine management functions, including default time-outs and probing values, and local language for the appliance.

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Subnet Controls

The network and failover configuration area controls networking parameters like virtual LANs (VLANs) and trunks. Failover configuration defines our redundant or high-availability configuration with our peer Equalizer.Â

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Server Pool Load Balancing

Load-balancing policy definitions offer several options for controlling how load balancing takes place and what triggers are used to initiate the transfer of loads between virtual appliances.

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Equalizer OnDemand Console

Equalizer OnDemand installs easily in minutes from a standard Open Virtualization Format (OVF) deployment template and can be managed directly from vSphere like any other virtual machine or appliance.

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