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See concurrent connections based per an F5 virtual server

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Created by Bill Corgey, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

In NPM 12, a load balancing page displays a look into one's F5 Load Balancing network. The resources are for "Balancing Environment" and "Concurrent Connections" . The Concurrent Connections on this page can have a max of ten and the ten will be assigned based on the NPM selection and cannot be manually set to display one device over another.  

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NPM 12

Steps

  1. From the NPM Web Console. open the Load Balancing page.
  2. From the balancing Environment resource, click on any element you need to examine the Concurrent Connections and select Display Details page.
  3. You should be able to see the Current Connections for that particular device:
    1. For a Virtual Server, it will have the Concurrent Connections by Pool Members.
    2. For F5 LTM details, there will be a resource for Concurrent Connections by Virtual Server.
    3. For the F5 GTM details, one may need to add a resource to the page such as F5 Device Connections.
    4. For the F5 Pool details, there will be a resource for Concurrent Connections by Pool Members.

 

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