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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: Using F5 to load balance tomcat servers
Date Tue, 03 Jul 2018 17:50:03 GMT
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Usha,

On 7/2/18 4:53 PM, Support wrote:
> We are having trouble gettings this work over 8080.
> 
> Client -->F5:8080----> does not connect to Tomcat server:8080.
> 
> Client -->F5:8080----> connects fine to Tomcatserver:8080.

What's the difference between the above two lines? I can't tell...

> tcpdump on f5 reveals something about incorrect checksum.
> 
> visitor.aaa.com.webcache > 172.24.1.26.10970: Flags [.], cksum
> 0x4201 (incorrect -> 0xedac), seq 2, ack 524, win 4902, length 0
> out slot1/tmm1 lis=/Common/si-xcaptor-external-8080

Looks like you have a flaky network component somewhere. Is anything
else acting funny?

- -chris
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