Have you ever created different Load Balancing Virtual Servers for the same service because multiple ports are required? Fancy sending multiple or ranges of ports through the same vServer instead? This is also possible and easy to implement.
As a result, I’ve produced this quick post just to show how it is possible.
When you are creating a Load Balancing Virtual Server, choose ANY under Protocol or you can choose TCP/HTTP etc. if for example you are working with multiple ports using the same protocol. Under Port type *. Continue on with the creation of the LB vServer.
When you have the Load Balancing Virtual Server configured how you like, click on the edit icon next to Basic Settings. The requirement is to create a listen policy so the Load Balancing Virtual Server only listens on specific ports that you specify. Use a command such as CLIENT.TCP.DSTPORT.EQ(8080) || CLIENT.TCP.DSTPORT.EQ(80). You can add as many ports as you like. Click Continue. Now the Virtual Server will only listen and answer on ports 8080 and 80.
If you have a range of ports you can use a command such as CLIENT.TCP.DSTPORT.BETWEEN(8080, 8090).