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Mail Gateway Integration IV: Create Server Farms

Mail Server Farm

Create Farm

  • Open Internet Information  (IIS) Manager
  • Expand the Server node in the left pane
  • A new entry Server Farms should be appeared after the ARR Installation
  • Right Click Server Farms
  • Select Create Server Farm
    • Enter as Server Farm Name the internal URL of the ActiveSync / Traveler Server
    • e.g. smg.imagoverum.com 
    • Click Next
  • On the next page, add each internal Client Access Server address
    • e.g. ex01.imagoverum.com
    • e.g. ex02.imagoverum.com
    • Click Finish
  • Confirm with Yes to Rewrite URLs

Configure Disk Cache

  • Click in the left panel on the created Server Farm
    • e.g. smg.imagoverum.com
  • Double click on Caching
  • Uncheck Enable disk cache
  • Click Apply

Configure Health Test

  • Navigate back to the Server Farm
  • Double click on Health Test
  • Enter as URL e.g. https://smg.imagoverum.com/Microsoft...ealthCheck.htm
  • Change Interval to 5 
  • Change Time-Out to 30
  • Change Acceptable Status Code to 200
  • Click Verify URL Test
  • As detail you should see as a Result Pass
  • Click Close
  • Click Apply

Configure Load Balance

  • Navigate back to the Server Farm
  • Double click on Load Balance
  • Configure the Load Balance settings to
    • Load balance algorithm: Weighted Round Robin
    • Load distribution: Even distribution
    • Click Apply

Check Monitoring and Management

  • Navigate back to the Server Farm
  • Double click on Monitoring and Management
  • The health status is based on the output of the Health Test 

Configure Proxy

  • Navigate back to the Server Farm
  • Double click on Proxy
  • Configure the Proxy settings to
    • HTTP version: Pass through
    • Enable Keep alive
    • Time-out (seconds): 120
    • Click Apply

Configure Routing Rules (optional) 

  • If you are using Exchange 2013 or SSL Re-encryption proceed with the configuration
  • Navigate back to the Server Farm
  • Double click on Routing Rules
    • Uncheck Enable SSL Offloading
    • Click Apply

Silverback Server Farm

Create

  • Right Click on Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager on Server Farms
  • Select Create Server Farm
    • Enter as Server Farm Name a custom name
    • e.g. mdm.imagoverum.com 
    • Click Next
  • On the next page, add each of your Silverback server address
    • e.g. silverback.imagoverum.com
    • Click Finish
  • Confirm with Yes to Rewrite URLs

Configure Disk Cache

  • Click in the left panel on the created Server Farm
    • e.g. mdm.imagoverum.com
  • Double click on Caching
  • Uncheck Enable disk cache
  • Click Apply

Configure Health Test

  • Navigate back to the Server Farm
  • Double click on Health Test
  • Enter as URL e.g. https://mdm.imagoverum.com/mdm
  • Change Interval to 5 
  • Change Time-Out to 30
  • Change Acceptable Status Code to 200
  • Click Verify URL Test
  • As detail you should see as a Result Pass
  • Click Close
  • Click Apply

Configure Load Balance

  • Navigate back to the Server Farm
  • Double click on Load Balance
  • Configure the Load Balance settings to
    • Load balance algorithm: Weighted Round Robin
    • Load distribution: Even distribution
    • Click Apply

Check Monitoring and Management

  • Navigate back to the Server Farm
  • Double click on Monitoring and Management
  • The health status is based on the output of the Health Test 

Configure Proxy

  • Navigate back to the Server Farm
  • Double click on Proxy
  • Configure the Proxy settings to
    • HTTP version: Pass through
    • Enable Keep alive
    • Time-out (seconds): 120
    • Click Apply

Configure Routing Rules

  • If you are using Exchange 2013 or SSL Re-encryption proceed with the configuration
  • Navigate back to the Server Farm
  • Double click on Routing Rules
    • Uncheck Enable SSL Offloading
    • Click Apply
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