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Module 2 - Create a Gateway Reverse Proxy SSLO

SSL Orchestrator generally defines inbound traffic flows with a “gateway” architecture. That is, SSLO is designed to sit in front of a separate ADC/load balancer or routed path, and not directly in front of applications, though it is technically possible to support a “single instance” listener going to a single pool of resources. This lab will be re-using the security services created in the first lab to create a single inbound “gateway” service SSLO configuration.

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This module will consist of an abbreviated set of steps, as some of the objects created in Module 1 (Services and Service Chains) will be fully re-usable here. If any of these objects have not been created, please review Module 1 - Create a Transparent Forward Procy SSLO for more detailed configuration instructions.