Ldap Load Balancing

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Cisco
Cisco CCS
Common Channel Signaling
LDAP
Load balancing
Hi, i have a cisco CSS which can balance htttp, tcp and udp protocols. Im trying to balance ldap connections between 2 servers using the tcp protocol but its not working, i´ve read that this is possible. Is there somone that can help me with my cisco load balancer configuration?
ASKED: July 31, 2008  10:33 PM
UPDATED: July 24, 2009  5:30 PM

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Can you include the CSS configuration specific to ldap you are using? The services and content rules would be a good start.

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  • Mmc10
    I have the same problem here is my config the services are alive but ldap requests fail when sent to the VIP !************************** SERVICE ************************** service LDAP-01 ip address 00.00.00.01 port 389 keepalive type tcp keepalive port 389 active service LDAP-02 ip address 00.00.00.2 port 389 keepalive type tcp keepalive port 389 active owner LDAP content VIP-LDAP-01 vip address 00.00.00.100 add service LDAP-01 add service LDAP-02 protocol tcp port 389 active
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