HTTP Services

This section contains relatively simple examples of declarations that create HTTP and/or HTTP services.

Use the index on the right to locate specific examples.

Important

Most of the example declarations have been updated in the documentation for AS3 3.20 to remove any template that was specified, and rename any virtual services that used the name serviceMain to service. In AS3 3.20, the generic template is the default, which allows services to use any name.

This also means that many of these declarations on a version prior to 3.20 they will fail unless you add a template. See this FAQ entry and this Troubleshooting entry for more information.

1: HTTP with custom persistence

In this example, we create a simple HTTP service, which uses the AS3 pointer use to declare a custom persistence profile.

This example creates the following objects on the BIG-IP:

  • Partition (tenant) named Sample_http_01.

  • An HTTP virtual server named service (called _A1 in the BIG-IP GUI).

  • A pool named web_pool containing two members using the HTTP health monitor.

  • A custom persistence profile based on cookie persistence for JSESSIONID.

    {
      "class": "AS3",
      "action": "deploy",
      "persist": true,
      "declaration": {
        "class": "ADC",
        "schemaVersion": "3.0.0",
        "id": "fghijkl7890",
        "label": "Sample 1",
        "remark": "HTTP with custom persistence",
        "Sample_http_01": {
          "class": "Tenant",
          "A1": {
            "class": "Application",
            "service": {
              "class": "Service_HTTP",
              "virtualAddresses": [
                "10.0.6.10"
              ],
              "pool": "web_pool",
              "persistenceMethods": [{
                "use": "jsessionid"
              }]
            },
            "web_pool": {
              "class": "Pool",
              "monitors": [
                "http"
              ],
              "members": [{
                "servicePort": 80,
                "serverAddresses": [
                  "192.0.6.10",
                  "192.0.6.11"
                ]
              }]
            },
            "jsessionid": {
              "class": "Persist",
              "persistenceMethod": "cookie",
              "cookieMethod": "hash",
              "cookieName": "JSESSIONID"
            }
          }
        }
      }
    }
    

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2: HTTP with no compression, BIG-IP TCP profile, iRule for pool

In this example, we create separate internal and external pools, and use an iRule to direct traffic based on the IP address of the client. This example creates the following objects on the BIG-IP:

  • Partition (tenant) named Sample_http_02.
  • Virtual server (HTTP) named service (called _A1 in the BIG-IP GUI).
  • A TCP profile using the mptcp-mobile-optimized parent. This bigip keyword exists in the TCP profile section schema and tells the system to look for the pathname of an existing TCP profile.
  • Two pools named dfl_pool and pvt_pool, each with 2 members monitored by the default HTTP health monitor.
  • An iRule which sends internal users to a private pool based on their IP address.
{
  "class": "AS3",
  "action": "deploy",
  "persist": true,
  "declaration": {
    "class": "ADC",
    "schemaVersion": "3.0.0",
    "id": "urn:uuid:a858e55e-bbe6-42ce-a9b9-0f4ab33e3bf7",
    "label": "Sample 2",
    "remark": "HTTP with no compression, BIG-IP tcp profile, iRule for pool",
    "constants": {
      "myNotes": "F5 suggested I timestamp declarations, so...",
      "timestamp": "2017-11-27T18:26:45Z",
      "anotherProperty": "And I can put anything I want here...",
      "someUsefulNumber": 3.14159265
    },
    "Sample_http_02": {
      "class": "Tenant",
      "A1": {
        "class": "Application",
        "service": {
          "class": "Service_HTTP",
          "virtualAddresses": [
            "10.0.3.10"
          ],
          "pool": "dfl_pool",
          "profileHTTPCompression": "basic",
          "iRules": [
            "choose_pool"
          ],
          "profileTCP": {
            "bigip": "/Common/mptcp-mobile-optimized"
          }
        },
        "dfl_pool": {
          "class": "Pool",
          "monitors": [
            "http"
          ],
          "members": [{
            "servicePort": 80,
            "serverAddresses": [
              "192.0.3.10",
              "192.0.3.11"
            ]
          }]
        },
        "pvt_pool": {
          "class": "Pool",
          "monitors": [
            "http"
          ],
          "members": [{
            "servicePort": 80,
            "serverAddresses": [
              "192.0.3.20",
              "192.0.3.21"
            ]
          }]
        },
        "choose_pool": {
          "class": "iRule",
          "remark": "choose private pool based on IP",
          "iRule": "when CLIENT_ACCEPTED {\nif {[IP::client_addr] starts_with \"10.\"} {\n pool `*pvt_pool`\n }\n}"
        }
      }
    }
  }
}

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3: HTTP with additional virtual service for corporate clients

This example creates the following objects on the BIG-IP:

  • Partition (tenant) named Sample_http_03.
  • Two HTTP virtual servers named service (called _A1 in the BIG-IP GUI) and pvt_vs.
  • A pool named web_pool containing two members using the HTTP health monitor. Both virtual servers reference this pool.
  • A custom persistence profile based on cookie persistence for JSESSIONID.
{
  "class": "AS3",
  "action": "deploy",
  "persist": true,
  "declaration": {
    "class": "ADC",
    "schemaVersion": "3.0.0",
    "id": "urn:uuid:76f06c5a-b673-430d-8df4-d817cb3b9f3c",
    "label": "Sample 3",
    "remark": "HTTP with extra corp-only virtual",
    "controls": {
      "trace": true
    },
    "Sample_http_03": {
      "class": "Tenant",
      "A1": {
        "class": "Application",
        "service": {
          "class": "Service_HTTP",
          "virtualAddresses": [
            "10.0.7.10"
          ],
          "pool": "web_pool",
          "persistenceMethods": [{
            "use": "jsessionid"
          }]
        },
        "pvt_vs": {
          "class": "Service_HTTP",
          "remark": "Serves corporate LAN clients only",
          "virtualAddresses": [
            [
              "10.1.7.10",
              "10.0.0.0/8"
            ]
          ],
          "snat": "auto",
          "pool": "web_pool"
        },
        "web_pool": {
          "class": "Pool",
          "monitors": [
            "http"
          ],
          "members": [{
            "servicePort": 80,
            "serverAddresses": [
              "192.0.7.10",
              "192.0.7.11"
            ]
          }]
        },
        "jsessionid": {
          "class": "Persist",
          "persistenceMethod": "cookie",
          "cookieMethod": "hash",
          "cookieName": "JSESSIONID"
        }
      }
    }
  }
}

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4: HTTP and HTTPS virtual services in one declaration

This example creates the following objects on the BIG-IP:

  • Partition (tenant) named Sample_http_04.
  • An HTTP virtual server named service (called _A1 in the BIG-IP GUI) and an HTTPS virtual server named A2.
  • A pool named gce_pool and a pool named web_pool, each containing two members using the HTTP health monitor.
  • TLS/SSL profile (including certificate and private key) named TLS_Server. In the BIG-IP UI, this is a Client SSL profile.
{
  "class": "AS3",
  "action": "deploy",
  "persist": true,
  "declaration": {
    "class": "ADC",
    "schemaVersion": "3.0.0",
    "id": "lmnop543421",
    "label": "Sample 4",
    "remark": "An HTTP and an HTTPS application",
    "controls": {
      "trace": true
    },
    "Sample_http_04": {
      "class": "Tenant",
      "A1": {
        "class": "Application",
        "service": {
          "class": "Service_HTTP",
          "virtualAddresses": [
            "10.0.9.10"
          ],
          "pool": "gce_pool"
        },
        "gce_pool": {
          "class": "Pool",
          "monitors": [
            "http"
          ],
          "members": [{
            "servicePort": 80,
            "serverAddresses": [
              "192.0.7.10",
              "192.0.7.11"
            ]
          }]
        }
      },
      "A2": {
        "class": "Application",
        "service": {
          "class": "Service_HTTPS",
          "virtualAddresses": [
            "10.0.9.20"
          ],
          "pool": "web_pool",
          "serverTLS": "webtls"
        },
        "web_pool": {
          "class": "Pool",
          "monitors": [
            "http"
          ],
          "members": [{
            "servicePort": 80,
            "serverAddresses": [
              "192.0.9.10",
              "192.0.9.11"
            ]
          }]
        },
        "webtls": {
          "class": "TLS_Server",
          "certificates": [{
            "certificate": "webcert"
          }]
        },
        "webcert": {
          "class": "Certificate",
          "remark": "in practice we recommend using a passphrase",
          "certificate": "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----\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\n-----END CERTIFICATE-----",
          "privateKey": "-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----\nProc-Type: 4,ENCRYPTED\nDEK-Info: AES-256-CBC,D8FFCE6B255601587CB54EC29B737D31\n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\n-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----",
          "passphrase": {
            "ciphertext": "ZjVmNQ==",
            "protected": "eyJhbGciOiJkaXIiLCJlbmMiOiJub25lIn0"
          }
        }
      }
    }
  }
}

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5: Two applications sharing a pool

In this example, we show a declaration that creates two applications that use the same load balancing pool. In this scenario, one of our virtual servers is for HTTP (port 80) traffic and one for HTTPS (port 443) traffic.

It creates the following objects on the BIG-IP:

  • Partition (tenant) named Sample_http_05.
  • Three virtual servers, one HTTP and one HTTPS. The names are _A1, _A2, and a _A2-Redirect (created by default to redirect port 80 traffic to 443).
  • TLS/SSL profile (including certificate and private key) named TLS_Server. In the BIG-IP UI, this is a Client SSL profile.
  • Pool named dual_pool with 2 members monitored by the default HTTP health monitor. Both virtual servers reference this same pool.
{
  "class": "AS3",
  "action": "deploy",
  "persist": true,
  "declaration": {
    "class": "ADC",
    "schemaVersion": "3.0.0",
    "id": "zyxwu8675309",
    "label": "Sample 5",
    "remark": "Two applications sharing a pool",
    "Sample_http_05": {
      "class": "Tenant",
      "Shared": {
        "class": "Application",
        "template": "shared",
        "dual_pool": {
          "class": "Pool",
          "monitors": [
            "http"
          ],
          "members": [{
            "servicePort": 80,
            "serverAddresses": [
              "192.0.10.10",
              "192.0.10.11"
            ]
          }]
        }
      },
      "A1": {
        "class": "Application",
        "service": {
          "class": "Service_HTTP",
          "virtualAddresses": [
            "10.0.10.10"
          ],
          "pool": "/Sample_05/Shared/dual_pool"
        }
      },
      "A2": {
        "class": "Application",
        "service": {
          "class": "Service_HTTPS",
          "virtualAddresses": [
            "10.0.10.20"
          ],
          "pool": "/Sample_05/Shared/dual_pool",
          "serverTLS": "webtls"
        },
        "webtls": {
          "class": "TLS_Server",
          "certificates": [{
            "certificate": "webcert"
          }]
        },
        "webcert": {
          "class": "Certificate",
          "remark": "in practice we recommend using a passphrase",
          "certificate": "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----\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\n-----END CERTIFICATE-----",
          "privateKey": "-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----\nProc-Type: 4,ENCRYPTED\nDEK-Info: AES-256-CBC,D8FFCE6B255601587CB54EC29B737D31\n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\n-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----",
          "passphrase": {
            "ciphertext": "ZjVmNQ==",
            "protected": "eyJhbGciOiJkaXIiLCJlbmMiOiJub25lIn0"
          }
        }
      }
    }
  }
}

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6: Virtual server listening on multiple ports on the same address

This example shows how you can compose a declaration with services using the same virtual IP address, but using multiple ports.

This declaration creates the following objects on the BIG-IP:

  • Partition (tenant) named Sample_http_07.
  • Three virtual servers: service, service_on_port81, and service_on_port82, all using the same IP address (10.1.10.10), but listening on different ports.
  • Three pools: web_pool80, web_pool81, and web_pool82, all monitored by the default http health monitor.
{
    "class": "ADC",
    "schemaVersion": "3.2.0",
    "id": "8675309",
    "Sample_http_07": {
        "class": "Tenant",
        "A1": {
            "class": "Application",
            "service": {
                "class": "Service_HTTP",
                "remark": "Defaults to port 80",
                "virtualAddresses": [
                    "10.1.10.10"
                ],
                "pool": "web_pool80"
            },
            "web_pool80": {
                "class": "Pool",
                "monitors": [
                    "http"
                ],
                "members": [
                    {
                        "servicePort": 80,
                        "serverAddresses": [
                            "10.128.0.209"
                        ]
                    }
                ]
            },
            "service_on_port81": {
                "class": "Service_HTTP",
                "remark": "Accepts HTTP connections on port 81",
                "virtualPort": 81,
                "virtualAddresses": [
                    "10.1.10.10"
                ],
                "pool": "web_pool81"
            },
            "web_pool81": {
                "class": "Pool",
                "monitors": [
                    "http"
                ],
                "members": [
                    {
                        "servicePort": 81,
                        "serverAddresses": [
                            "10.128.0.210"
                        ]
                    }
                ]
            },
            "service_on_port82": {
                "class": "Service_HTTP",
                "remark": "Accepts HTTP connections on port 82",
                "virtualAddresses": [
                    "10.1.10.10"
                ],
                "virtualPort": 82,
                "pool": "web_pool82"
            },
            "web_pool82": {
                "class": "Pool",
                "monitors": [
                    "http"
                ],
                "members": [
                    {
                        "servicePort": 82,
                        "serverAddresses": [
                            "10.128.0.211"
                        ]
                    }
                ]
            }
        }
    }
}

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7: Using a Local Traffic Policy to forward HTTP Requests

This example uses a BIG-IP Local Traffic Policy with URL Routing that forwards any HTTP requests that have a path containing example.com to the pool web_pool. For more information, see Local Traffic Policy in the BIG-IP documentation. For usage, see Endpoint_Policy in Schema Reference.

This declaration creates the following objects on the BIG-IP:

  • Partition (tenant) named Sample_http_08.
  • A virtual server named service.
  • A pool named web_pool monitored by the default http health monitor.
  • A BIG-IP Local Traffic Policy with a rule that forwards any request for example.com to the web_pool.
{
  "class": "ADC",
  "schemaVersion": "3.2.0",
  "id": "ltm_policy",
  "label": "",
  "remark": "Simple HTTP application with LTM policy",
  "Sample_http_08": {
    "class": "Tenant",
    "A1": {
      "class": "Application",
      "service": {
        "class": "Service_HTTP",
        "virtualAddresses": [
          "10.0.1.10"
        ],
        "policyEndpoint": "forward_policy"
      },
      "web_pool": {
        "class": "Pool",
        "monitors": [
          "http"
        ],
        "members": [{
          "servicePort": 80,
          "serverAddresses": [
            "192.0.2.10",
            "192.0.2.11"
          ]
        }]
      },
      "forward_policy": {
        "class": "Endpoint_Policy",
        "rules": [{
          "name": "forward_to_pool",
          "conditions": [{
            "type": "httpUri",
            "path": {
              "operand": "contains",
              "values": ["example.com"]
            }
          }],
          "actions": [{
            "type": "forward",
            "event": "request",
            "select": {
              "pool": {
                "use": "web_pool"
              }
            }
          }]
        }]
      }
    }
  }
}

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8: Enabling NAT64 in a declaration

This example shows how to enable NAT64 in an AS3 declaration. NAT64 maps IPv6 addresses to IPv4 destinations, and is either enabled or disabled by using nat64Enabled property using true or false values (false is the default). For more information on NAT64, see the IP Address Sharing in Large Scale Networks deployment guide; while this guide was written for older versions of the BIG-IP, the information is still valid. You can also see the Service classes in the Schema Reference, for example Service_HTTP class.

This declaration creates the following objects on the BIG-IP:

  • Partition (tenant) named example_NAT64.
  • A virtual server named service with an IPv6 address and NAT64 enabled.
  • A pool named web_pool monitored by the default http health monitor.
{
    "class": "ADC",
    "schemaVersion": "3.14.0",
    "example_NAT64": {
        "class": "Tenant",
        "App1": {
            "class": "Application",
            "service": {
                "class": "Service_HTTP",
                "virtualAddresses": [
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        }
    }
}

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