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Powerful Enterprise-Class Solution
Features of the Barracuda Load Balancer
Load Balancing for all IP-based Applications
Easy to Use and Maintain
Intrusion Prevention System
Auto-Discover Mode
SSL Offloading
Scheduling Policy
Automated Service Monitor
Multiple Deployment Modes
High Availability
Easy Administration
Last Resort Server
Content Routing
Removing Servers without Disrupting the Service
HTTP Request and Response Rewrites
Support for Layer 2 VLANs
TCP Proxy
Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB)
Barracuda Load Balancer Terminology
Load Balancer Deployment Options
Sample Network Situations
Route-Path (Recommended)
Deploying Route-Path
Route-Path One-Armed
Route-Path Two-Armed
Route-Path with TCP Proxy Service
Deploying Bridge-Path
Direct Server Return
DSR in a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 or 2008 Environment
1.Disable the Windows firewall
2.Install the loopback adapter
3.Configure the loopback adapter
4.Make the Windows networking stack use the weak host model
5.If you are using IIS, add the loopback adapter to your site bindings
Verifying DSR Deployment
Initial Setup
Preparing for Installation
Connecting the Barracuda Load Balancer to the Network
Configuring WAN IP Address and Network Settings
Configuring Your Corporate Firewall
Configuring the Barracuda Load Balancer
Verifying Your Subscription Status
Updating the Barracuda Load Balancer Firmware
Updating the IPS Definitions
Creating Services
Creating Load-Balanced Services
Enabling Persistence
Persistence Settings for a Service with type Layer 7 - RDP
Persistence Settings for a Service with type Layer 7 - HTTP
Persistence Settings for a Service with type Layer 4 or TCP Proxy
Terminal Services Load Balancing
Uploading SSL Certificates
Specifying SSL Offloading for a Service
Updating Ports on the Real Servers
Selecting a Scheduling Policy
Adaptive Scheduling
Pre-Assigned Weight
Scheduling Policies
Scheduling for a Service with type Layer 7 - RDP
Configuring Intrusion Prevention
Configuring a Last Resort Server
Layer 7 - HTTP Services
Directing HTTP Requests using Content Rules
Creating an HTTP Redirect Service
Modifying HTTP Requests and Responses
Modifying LAN and WAN IP Addresses
VLAN Support
Routing to Multiple VLANs over an Interface
Making Services Accessible from the LAN/WAN
Creating Static Routes
Allowing Real Servers to Connect to the Internet
Creating a High Availability Environment
Requirements for High Availability (HA)
Operation of HA
Recovery of the Primary System
Creating a Cluster and Removing the Cluster
Data Propagated to Clustered Systems
Introduction to Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB)
GSLB Examples
GSLB Definitions
Site Selection Criteria
How GSLB Works
Integrating with the Existing DNS Infrastructure
Site Selection Algorithms
Failover IP Address
IP Address and Location Database
Response Policy Options
Example Implementations
Disaster Recovery - Two Sites in the World
Direct Clients to Closest Data Center
Direct Clients to Specific Region
GSLB Regions
Configuring Multiple GSLB Controllers
Steps to Install GSLB
Administrative Settings
Controlling Access to the Web Interface
Customizing the Appearance of the Web Interface
Setting the Time Zone of the System
Enabling SSL for Administration
Monitoring the Barracuda Load Balancer
Monitoring the Health of Services and Real Servers
Enabling or Disabling Real Servers
Remotely Administering Real Servers
Viewing Performance Statistics
Viewing Logs
Automating the Delivery of System Alerts and SNMP Traps
SNMP Monitoring
Viewing System Tasks
Maintaining the Barracuda Load Balancer
Backing up and Restoring Your System Configuration
Updating the Firmware of Your Barracuda Load Balancer
Updating the Intrusion Prevention Rules Using Energize Updates
Replacing a Failed System
Reloading, Restarting, and Shutting Down the System
Using the Built-in Troubleshooting Tools
Rebooting the System in Recovery Mode
Reboot Options
Extended Match and Condition Expressions
Structure of an Extended Match or Condition Expression
Front Panel of the Barracuda Load Balancer
Back Panel of the Barracuda Load Balancer
Barracuda Load Balancer, all models
Hardware Compliance
Barracuda Networks Limited Hardware Warranty (v 2.1)
Barracuda Networks Software License Agreement (v 2.1)
Barracuda Networks Energize Updates and Other Subscription Terms
Barracuda Networks Software License Agreement Appendix
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