Add an NSX Edge internal or uplink interface as a virtual server.

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Log in to the vSphere Web Client.

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Click Networking & Security and then click NSX Edges.

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Double-click an NSX Edge.

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Click Manage and then click the Load Balancer tab.

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In the left navigation panel, click Virtual Servers.

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Click the Add (add icon) icon.

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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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Type the IP address that the load balancer is listening on. Type the protocol that the virtual server will handle.

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Type the protocol that the virtual server will handle.

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Type the port number that the load balancer will listen on.

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Select the application profile to be associated with the virtual server. You can associate only an application profile with the same protocol as the virtual server that you are adding.

The services supported by the selected pool appear.

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Select the application rule to be associated with the virtual server.

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In Connection Limit, type the maximum concurrent connections that the virtual server can process.

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In Connection Rate Limit, type the maximum incoming new connection requests per second.

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Click OK.