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FPN settings when using Loadbalancer

Hello Experts,

I have few queries around the settings which requires to be configured in mysystem settings and remote system system when creating FPN connection.Portal isr unning on NW7.3

Earlier we configured FPN with internal names and Port 50000 and 50004 for RMI,and FPN was working,Now we have a loadbalancer and the url for consumer and producer portal are changed and does not include port.

should i create connection with the new urls generated from LB ,Please note this is third party LB.

I tried creating the connection with LB Producer and consumer Portal urls but stuck at point where i need to prove the Port ,tried with 50000 and 50004 but than connection tests failed ,is it the right procedure which i am doing.

What should be the urls for Portal Producer and consumer in fpn settings when using third party load balancer.

Any help suggestion would be most welcome.

Thanks,

Siddharth

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    Posted on May 23, 2013 at 06:28 PM

    Do not change your FPN configuration, keep using the internal hostnames and ports. Simply access the corporate (consumer) portal with the LB address. The producer portal will be accessed by the corporate portal, the clients will not directly connect to the producer portal.

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      Thanks Samuli for all the help:

      we have solved the issue,listing down the steps for others:

      for internal portals we have load balancer third party,in remote system under external network we gave remote system loadbalancer url and Port and the other properties are pointing to internal address and ports,after doing that connection is using the loadbalancer url for fpn connection and its not using any internal address with port.

      closing the thread.

      Thanks,

      Siddharth

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