A virtual server is a highly scalable and highly available server built on a cluster of servers called members.

The edge gateway must have at least one pool server. See Add a Pool Server to an Edge Gateway.

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Click the Manage & Monitor tab and click Organization vDCs in the left pane.

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Double-click the organization vDC name to open the organization vDC.

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Click the Edge Gateways tab, right-click the edge gateway name, and select Edge Gateway Services.

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On the Load Balancer tab, click Virtual Servers and click Add.

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Type a name for the virtual server.

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(Optional) Type a description for the virtual server.

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Select an external network from the Applied on drop-down menu.

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Type the IP address of the virtual server.

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Select a pool from the drop-down menu to be associated with the virtual server.

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In Services, select Enable for each service to be supported.

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Change the default Port, Persistence Method, Cookie Name, and Cookie Mode values for each enabled service as required.

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Click Enabled to enable the virtual server.

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(Optional) Click Log network traffic for virtual server.

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Click OK.