Applies To:Show Versions
- 11.6.4, 11.6.3, 11.6.2, 11.6.1
About classifying types of HTTP traffic with a local traffic policy
An application that runs on a virtual server accelerates all HTTP traffic. You can, however, use a local traffic policy to classify types of HTTP traffic for the BIG-IP system to accelerate, by specifying hosts, paths, headers, and cookies.
Local traffic policy matching Strategies settings
This table summarizes the strategies used for traffic policy matching.
Local traffic policy matching Requires profile settings
This table summarizes the profile settings that are required for local traffic policy matching.
|http||Specifies that the policy matching requires an HTTP profile.|
|ssl||Specifies that the policy matching requires a Client SSL profile.|
|tcp||Specifies that the policy matching requires a TCP profile.|
Local traffic policy matching Controls settings
This table summarizes the controls settings that are required for local traffic policy matching.
|acceleration||Provides controls associated with acceleration functionality.|
|caching||Provides controls associated with caching functionality.|
|classification||Provides controls associated with classification.|
|compression||Provides controls associated with HTTP compression.|
|forwarding||Provides controls associated with forwarding functionality.|
|request-adaptation||Provides controls associated with request-adaptation functionality.|
|response-adaptation||Provides controls associated with response-adaptation functionality.|
|server-ssl||Provides controls associated with server-ssl functionality.|
Local traffic policy matching Conditions operands
This table summarizes the operands for each condition used in policy matching.
Local traffic policy matching Actions operands
This table summarizes the actions associated with the conditions of the rule used in policy matching.