Use the Exchange 2010/2013 template to provide additional security, performance, and availability for Exchange Server 2010 and Exchange Server 2013 Client Access Servers. When configured with the iApp template, the BIG-IP system will perform as a reverse proxy for Exchange CAS servers, and can also perform functions such as load balancing, compression, encryption, caching, and pre-authentication. You can now use BIG-IP Advanced Firewall Manager (AFM) for an additional layer of security.
If you are using Exchange 2016, see the Exchange 2016 page
v1.5.1: fully supported
This version of this iApp template is found on downloads.f5.com in the iApp templates package, and contains the features and fixes found in 1.5.0rc1 and rc2. Use the following link to access the associated Exchange 2010/2013 deployment guide, which includes detailed information on finding and downloading the new iApp template.
There were no new features added in this maintenance release.
If upgrading to this version of the iApp template from an iApp version prior tov1.2.0, you must carefully review all settings before submitting the template.
For example, if you had configured the original template for SSL bridging, afterupgrading this setting defaults back to SSL offload, and you must change it.
v1.5.0: fully supported
This version of this iApp template is now found on downloads.f5.com in the iApp templates package, and contains the features and fixes found in 1.5.0rc1 and rc2. Use the following link to access the associated Exchange 2010/2013 deployment guide, which includes detailed information on finding and downloading the new iApp template.
F5 Networks has released v1.5.0rc2 of the Exchange template.
Version 1.5.0rc2 contains the following changes to version 1.5.0rc1:
F5 Networks has released v1.5.0rc1 of the Exchange template.
Version 1.5.0rc1 contains the following changes to version 1.4.0:
F5 Networks has released v1.4.0rc3 of the Exchange template.
Version 1.4.0rc3 contains the following changes to version 1.4.0rc2:
F5 Networks has released v1.4.0rc2 of the Exchange template.
Version 1.4.0rc2 contains the following changes to version 1.4.0rc1:
F5 Networks has released v1.4.0rc1 of the Exchange template.
Introduced in version 1.4.0rc1 are the following features:
If the latest release of this iApp template is on downloads.f5.com, use the link below for instructions on how to download and use the template.
If the latest release is a release candidate, you can download it directly and import it onto the BIG-IP system.
Appreciate the iapp very much! But would like to see a little more flexibility so it can be used in more situation.
Separate out the services. Instead of only 2 options, 1 to use the same IP for all services the other using a separate for each service, provide options for each service to IP. There are likely many people that would like to separate out ActiveSync but keep the other Exchange services all on one IP.
For the Outlook forms, again separate it out for each. Allow an option to use the Public/Private form a separate option to use the Light version form.
I realize this is more to maintain for F5, but since you strong recommendation is to use the iApp this will allow more to follow that.