ALB-X User Guide – Software Version: 4.1.2 (Build 1644)
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The most used page on the jetNEXUS ALB-X. Create, delete, view and configure your IP Services. You can also specify the server health checking method, load balancing policy along with applying layer 7 flightPATH rules such as HTTP Redirect.
The Clustering page is the home of High Availability and synchronisation. Here you will find three main options “Cluster”, “Manual” and Stand-alone”
View and update adapter details alongside DNS settings for the jetNEXUS ALB-X.
View or upload your licence.
Set your default gateway, add static routes and view the routing table.
View the interfaces configured on your jetNEXUS ALB-X. On hardware appliances you can configure bonding and set the speed and duplex of your interfaces.
Create, edit or delete flightPATH rules. flightPATH is an extremely powerful yet simple to configure layer 7 routing engine for HTTP traffic.
Create, edit or delete application layer health checks or monitors to ensure the real servers are capable of serving content.
Create mulitple users and assign a role for each user. In this section you can also see the actions of each user.
Change the admin password and enable SSH access or to the jetNEXUS ALB-X. Enable SOAP API access. Set the GUI secure port and certificate.
Change W3C logging levels. Enable remote W3C log storage.
Setup email notifications and alerts.
Create caching rules for multiple domains. Fine tune the cache settings to speed up web applications.
Create local certificates or Certificate Signing Request. Manage existing certificates, including the ability to add intermediates. Install and export certificates.
This page allows you to enable the logging of data that can viewed as an historical graph from the Monitor History section
View the current disk space, memory utilisation and CPU percentage. You can also see the most critical events from the syslog.
View the overall statistics for the jetNEXUS ALB-X including compression, hits, connections and caching.
View and manually download W3C log and System log.
See load balancing in action per service in real time with current connections and data to each real server.
View historical graphing
See the current date and time. Manually set the date and time or configure automatic UTC synchronisation to an NTP server.
Send ICMP echo requests to troubleshoot network connectivity.
Enable jetNEXUS ALB-X SNMP agent.
Generate and download a capture of all TCP packets to aid troubleshooting.
Quickly restart jetNEXUS ALB-X services.
Reboot jetNEXUS ALB-X appliance.
Power off / shutdown the jetNEXUS ALB-X appliance.
Download the current configuration. Upload a new configuration or jetPACK (application template). Upload a new software version or revert to a previous version.
Enable Server Too Busy and upload a custom server too busy page. Configure the HTTP compression setting to fine tune performance. Set the XFF header settings.
This will direct you to User Central where the user guide and many other resources can be found
Software version information and contact details for edgeNEXUS Solutions Ltd.
Information on how to download, apply and create application templates or synchronise your configuration to another ALB-X.