Edge gateways provide load balancing for TCP, HTTP, and HTTPS traffic.

You map an external, or public, IP address to a set of internal servers for load balancing. The load balancer accepts TCP, HTTP, or HTTPS requests on the external IP address and decides which internal server to use. Port 809 is the default listening port for TCP, port 80 is the default port for HTTP, and port 443 is the default port for HTTPS.

You can add a pool server to manage and share back-end servers flexibly and efficiently. A pool manages health check monitors and load balancer distribution methods.

You can edit the settings of an existing pool server.

You can delete a server pool from an edge gateway.

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

You can edit the settings of an existing virtual server.

You can delete a virtual server from an edge gateway.