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Lab 2.3: Testing

  • gateway-mode testing, the lab’s inbound desktop client includes static Hosts entries that match the real IPs of the internal web server:

    • test0.f5labs.com = 10.20.0.90
    • test1.f5labs.com = 10.20.0.91
    • test2.f5labs.com = 10.20.0.92
    • test3.f5labs.com = 10.20.0.93
    • test4.f5labs.com = 10.20.0.94

    And a static persistent route that points 10.20.0.0/24 traffic to the BIG-IP outbound (external) VLAN self-IP (10.30.0.100).


    From the Inbound Win7 Client you should see something like the following when browsing to the above websites:

    ../../_images/lab2.3-test-results.png
  • targeted-mode testing, add a static host entry in the local Windows hosts file (C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts) for:

    Note

    A shortcut to the “hosts” file can be found on the desktop.

    • www.f5labs.com = 10.30.0.200

    From the Inbound Win7 Client you should see something like the following when browsing to the above websites:

    ../../_images/lab2.3-test-results2.png