eLearning: A10 Quick Classes

Basic Load Balancing Configuration

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Basic Load Balancing Configuration (#1)
We will teach you how to configure and manage a Layer 4 VIP (virtual IP) on your AX Series server load balancer. But before we start the training, let's begin with a quick review of the main benefits of the AX Series.

The first benefit of the AX Series is to share the load among two or more servers and to simply offer more scale by adding new commodity servers. A second benefit of the AX Series is its ability to provide higher availability for your applications...

The Modes of Server Load Balancing

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The Modes of Server Load Balancing (#2)
We will teach you about the four Modes of Server Load Balancing: Routed Mode, One-Arm Mode, Transparent Mode and Direct Server Return (DSR) Mode.

When adding the AX Series into your infrastructure, the AX platform offers several key benefits. By deploying an AX Series you can maximize application availability, scalability, and performance. The AX will also help to increase infrastructure efficiency and deliver a faster end user experience...

Deploying an IPv6-ready Website for Your Enterprise (#3)

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Deploying an IPv6-ready Website for Your Enterprise (#3)
We will show how to configure your AX application delivery controller as an IPv6-IPv4 gateway, which will enable IPv6 clients to access your existing IPv4 infrastructure.

The AX Series provides load balancing services to any combination of IPv4 or v6 clients, and IPv4 or IPv6 servers.