4.6. VIRTUAL SERVERS

4.6. VIRTUAL SERVERS

The VIRTUAL SERVERS panel displays information for each currently defined virtual server. Each table entry shows the status of the virtual server, the server name, the virtual IP assigned to the server, the netmask of the virtual IP, the port number to which the service communicates, the protocol used, and the virtual device interface.

The VIRTUAL SERVERS Panel

The VIRTUAL SERVERS Panel

Figure 4.5. The VIRTUAL SERVERS Panel

Each server displayed in the VIRTUAL SERVERS panel can be configured on subsequent screens or subsections.

To add a service, click the ADD button. To remove a service, select it by clicking the radio button next to the virtual server and click the DELETE button.

To enable or disable a virtual server in the table click its radio button and click the (DE)ACTIVATE button.

After adding a virtual server, you can configure it by clicking the radio button to its left and clicking the EDIT button to display the VIRTUAL SERVER subsection.


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