ARR Listener Setup RSS

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Last post Mar 10, 2020 12:28 PM by Rovastar

  • ARR Listener Setup

    Mar 05, 2020 06:32 PM|schusr|LINK

    I'm able to make a new Server Farm with the servers, ports, health checks and persistence desired.

    I don't see how to route traffic to the farm.

    Load balancer will listen on IP X port Y route to Server Farm P

    Where do you specify IP X port Y?

  • Re: ARR Listener Setup

    Mar 06, 2020 02:18 AM|Jalpa Panchal|LINK

    Hi,

    To set up the routing rule for load balancer you could follow the below steps:

    1)Open iis and select your server farm.

    2)Double click on routing rules.

    3)In routing, rule page click on URL rewrite from the action pane.

    4)and create the rule as shown below which redirect all the request to the server farm server:

    You could refer below link for more detail for implement load balancing:

    https://forums.iis.net/post/2156701.aspx

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    Jalpa

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  • Re: ARR Listener Setup

    Mar 06, 2020 01:25 PM|schusr|LINK

    I see the Routing Rules the system created for me now, thanks.

    I added my server with httpPort 10020 but IIS is not listening on port 10020.

  • Re: ARR Listener Setup

    Mar 06, 2020 06:22 PM|schusr|LINK

    What I really want is to create a site that just routes to the server farm.

    Then I can specify the listening port, have SiteMinder integration, and do the load balancer functions.

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    Re: ARR Listener Setup

    Mar 07, 2020 09:32 AM|Rovastar|LINK

    I'm not clear what you are asking now.

    You you asking a general question about how to get IIS to listen on a site in a non standard port?

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/323972/how-to-set-up-your-first-iis-web-site

    Or are you asking something else
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  • Re: ARR Listener Setup

    Mar 07, 2020 02:00 PM|schusr|LINK

    I see how to create a server farm but not how to route traffic to it.

  • Re: ARR Listener Setup

    Mar 09, 2020 06:27 PM|schusr|LINK

    The entire problem seems to be that my URL Rewrite new rule from the blank template Action Action Type does not have "Route to Server Farm" in the drop down list box.

    I have a Server Farm but no way to route to it.

  • Re: ARR Listener Setup

    Mar 09, 2020 06:32 PM|schusr|LINK

    Okay now I see that the URL Rewrite under the server does have "Route to Server Farm" listed.

    How can I route 4 different ports to 4 different Server Farms?

  • Re: ARR Listener Setup

    Mar 10, 2020 07:55 AM|Jalpa Panchal|LINK

    Hi,

    To redirect the different URLs to different server farm you need to create sperate rules.

    like in match URL set * then in the condition set your rule like if you want to redirect specific host then Set the input to “{HTTP_HOST}” and type the pattern “domain.com”.

    Finally set the action type to “Route to Server Farm” and choose the server farm. Tick the “Stop processing of subsequent rules” as the request should be routed onto the server farm as soon as this rule matches.

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    Re: ARR Listener Setup

    Mar 10, 2020 12:28 PM|Rovastar|LINK


    I still don't really understand what your issue is.
    a) Is traffic hitting you ARR on these ports?
    b) Is traffic going through you ARR and hitting the back end Web servers on different ports?

    Maybe all the rules settings is correct and it is just the port is not choosing. When you add a server to a farm are you clicking on 'advanced settings'? in there you can select the port etc it sends to out the backend server. .

    This link explains more. :

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/archive/blogs/benjaminperkins/configuring-application-request-routing-arr-to-use-a-port-other-than-port-80

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