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Load balancing

350 bytes added, 14:42, 4 April 2014
Layer 4+ (relays)
# Check if the firewall is enabled by looking for a <tt>firewall</tt> statement in the configuration, or rules on the Network > Firewall page (if it is, you might have to add rules allowing traffic to the relay)
# Go to the Network > Load balancer page, click the "Pools (tables)" button and then click "Add pool"
# Just give it the pool a name, type an IP address in the table's node column (add multiple hosts by pressing the + icon to the right in the table header) and finally click "ApplySave"# If you likewant to, you can click the "Node (hosts)" button and give names to the IP addresses namesyou just added and then click "Save"
# Click the "Relays (servers)" button, click "Add..." and select "Relay (layer 4+)"
# Just give it Give the relay a name, and add one or more listen addresses (the external virtual IP) (By pressing the + icon to the right in the table header) and set them to listen to '''one''' listen port, # Add the forward pool (the pool you created in step 3. It's possible to specifiy more than one forward pool (by adding an additional row) and then click "Apply". The second row's nodes will be used as backup if all nodes in the main forward's pool are down.# Click When you're done, apply the changes by clicking "CancelSave" button, and then click the newly added relay in the table, and watch the health check status"Deploy working copy".
== Configuration examples ==

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