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Monitoring APM Session Limit Availability from GTM

F5er Harry Kleinbourg came up with a great solution for monitoring the availability of BIG-IP APM targets not just based on the availability of the virtual service but also on its ability to handle service based on the licensed session limits... Read more
0 Reviews

HTTP Event Order -- Access Policy Manager

Early last year I blogged an update to the iRules HTTP event order that F5er John Alam put together. John is back with another update to the drawing, this time, however, including the access policy manager flow. This article will cover the AP... Read more
2 Reviews

Two-Factor Authentication With Google Authenticator And APM

Introduction Two-factor authentication (TFA) has been around for many years and the concept far pre-dates computers. The application of a keyed padlock and a combination lock to secure a single point would technically qualify as two-factor... Read more
Average Rating: 4.8
11 Reviews

v11.1–External File Access from iRules via iFiles

New in BIG-IP version 11.1 are iFiles, a feature that allows users to load files through tmsh or the GUI onto the BIG-IP which can be referenced from iRules. This has an immediate use case of supplanting several of our codeshare entries for sorr... Read more
Average Rating: 4.9
8 Reviews

APM Session Invalidation Using ASM

Introduction: Whenever customers expose their internal resources on the Web using VPNs or SSL VPNS there is still some concern over what type of traffic comes through the connection. In order to assist with these concerns we can provide a combine... Read more
Average Rating: 4.9
3 Reviews

v11: RDP Access via BIG-IP APM–Part 3

In Part 1, I configured a full Webtop in APM with a static RDP host. In Part 2 ,I modified that configuration to allow users to specify their RDP destination. In this article, I’ll make a couple changes to the final configuration in Part 2 to hav... Read more
Average Rating: 4.9
5 Reviews

Create a User Lockout Policy with Access Policy Manager

This article will cover a simple access policy that when completed will lock out a user using BIG-IP Access Policy Manager.  Start by making an access policy with the Device Wizard. Since I just want to make a quick and easy example, I’ll b... Read more
0 Reviews

Web Application Login Integration with APM

As we hurtle forward through the information age we continue to find ourselves increasingly dependant on the applications upon which we rely. Whether it's your favorite iPhone app or the tools that allow you to do your job, the application... Read more
1 Review

One Time Passwords via an SMS Gateway with BIG-IP Access Policy Manager

One time passwords, or OTP, are used (as the name indicates) for a single session or transaction.  The plus side is a more secure deployment, the downside is two-fold—first, most solutions involve a token system, which is costly i... Read more
Average Rating: 4.9
7 Reviews

HTTP Basic Access Authentication iRule Style

I started working on an administrator control panel for my previous Small URL Generator Tech Tip (part 1 and part 2) and realized that we probably didn’t want to make our Small URL statistics and controls viewable by everyone. That led me to make... Read more
Average Rating: 4.9
9 Reviews

Restful Access to BIG-IP Subtables

Surely by now you have tasted the goodness that is tables.  No?  Stop now and go read up on the table command.  No, really, right now!  I’ll wait… OK, now that you are a tables expert, it’s clear to you that this is ver... Read more
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Exchange Persistence Duality and iRules

Whether you're in the IT industry or just using IT in whatever industry you're in, chances are good that most people are using email in the workplace to some extent. Those of us in the IT field rely on it as a mission critical tool that we... Read more
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Unifying REST Access with iRules

Unifying REST Methods with iRules REST (Representational State Transfer) is a web architecture that allows a CRUD (Create, read, update, delete) model to be implemented via HTTP. The ideal REST architecture makes use of the HTTP methods described... Read more
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