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Kemp Load Balancing - Reencrypted and Offload

when we configure Kemp with exchange 2013 with template, there are Reencrypted  and Offload.

what is different between Reencrypted and Offload.

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Gareth GudgerCommented:
Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Short answer
Offload means only the connection between the client and the Kemp is encrypted.
Re-encrypted means that the connection between the Kemp and the Exchange server is also encrypted.
Basically offload means taking the encryption overhead away from Exchange. In a large environment that can make a significant difference to performance, particularly when all connections use SSL.

If the Kemp was located in a data centre or separate to the Exchange server for some reason, then you may want to re-encrypt the traffic. Same LAN, probably not necessary. Depends on the kind of data you are moving about.

ucguyAuthor Commented:
hi thanks simon,

may i know when we config ESP on KEMP with Subvs, should config it on Parent virtual Service as well ?

Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
No idea. I haven't deployed a Kemp in over 18 months. I only deploy JetNexus now.

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