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My client has enabled BigIP between the Clients and the WebServer over the weekend. Now, we have the following setup:
Client > HTTPS >BigIP > HTTP > Server.

 The problem is there are some web pages that have web controls on HTTPS port 443 not being displayed. Is this a configuration problem with BigIP?

Thank you,

RetiredScriptingGuy
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Can tose controls only be requested from the web server on 443 or is the problem that the controls are hard coded for HTTPS?

You have options for dealing with both situations on the BigIP.  

If the problem is the server only serves the controls out over 443 then you can create an irule that sends the request for those controls to a 443 pool.  The caveat is you will need to know the list of controls that have to be set to 443.

The second solultion is to rewrite the hard coded HTTP request to HTTP via a streaming profile.
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Thank you. I had to chose the second option.
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