Configuring a NetScaler appliance Load Balancer by Using the Service Management Portal (Tenant Portal)

In WAP, once the Tenant creates the Bride Domain (BD), VRF, and a Network, the Tenant can configure NetScaler appliance Load Balancer through the Service Management Portal (Tenant Portal).

To configure NetScaler appliance Load Balancer in Service Management Portal (Tenant Portal)

     1. Log on to the Service Management Portal (Tenant Portal).

     2. Create a bridge domain and VRF, as follows:

         a. In the navigation pane, select ACI.

          b. Click NEW.

          c. In the NEW pane, select BRIDGE DOMAIN.

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          d. In the BRIDGE DOMAIN field, enter the bridge domain name (for example, BD01).

          e. (Optional) In the SUBNET’S GATEWAY field, enter the subnet’s gateway (for example, 192.168.1.1/24).

          f. In the VRF field, select a VRF that is already part of the subscription or select Create One to create a VRF.

          g. Click CREATE.

     3. Create a network and associate it with the bridge domain that you created. Do the following:

          a. In the navigation pane, select ACI.

          b. Click NEW.

          c. In the NEW pane, select NETWORK.

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          d. In the NETWORK NAME field, enter the network name (for example, S01).

          e. In the BRIDGE DOMAIN drop-down list, select the bridge domain you have created. (for example, BD01).

          f. In the subnet’s GATEWAY field, enter the subnet’s gateway address (for example, 172.23.2.1/24).

          g. (Optional) In the DNS SERVER IP/IPS field, enter the DNS server details.

          h. Click CREATE.

     4. In the ACI pane, select NETWORKS.

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     5. Double-click the network that you have created. Then, in the network pane, select Enable load balancer (public). In the IP ADDRESS field, a VIP is automatically assigned from the VIP Range that the administrator configured in the Admin Portal. For more information, see [Creating a NetScaler appliance Load Balancer to a Plan in Service Management Portal (Admin Portal)].      6. Double-click the network that you have created. Then, in the network pane, select Enable load balancer (public). In the IP ADDRESS field, a VIP is automatically assigned from the VIP Range that the administrator configured in the Admin Portal. For more information, see [Creating a NetScaler appliance Load Balancer to a Plan in Service Management Portal Admin Portal]

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     6. In the network pane, select the Load Balancers tab, and click ADD.

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     7. In the ADD NETWORK LOAD BALANCER pane, do the following:

          a. In the NAME field, enter the name for the load balancer.

          b. Optionally, in the VIRTUAL IP ADDRESS field, assign the load balancer a VIP address from the VIP range that you defined earlier.

          c. Optionally, in the PROTOCOL field, select TCP.

          d. In the PORT field, enter the port number.

     8. Click CREATE.          The NetScaler appliance Load Balancer is displayed in the LOAD BALANCERS tab and the NetScaler appliance Load Balancer is data path ready.

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Configuring a NetScaler appliance Load Balancer by Using the Service Management Portal (Tenant Portal)

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