Configure the IBM Security Web Gateway Appliance as a front-end load balancer and a web reverse proxy

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Bhavan Kasivajjula and Philip Nye

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: November 26, 2013

One of the main features of the IBM® Security Web Gateway Appliance is its front-end load balancing function, which lets the appliance automatically direct web requests from clients to an appropriate reverse proxy based on a specified scheduling algorithm. This article explains the steps needed to configure an appliance as both the front-end load balancer (FELB) and as a web reverse proxy.

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