Getting started on managing simple Application Gateways in C#
Azure network sample for managing application gateways. - CREATE an application gateway for load balancing HTTP/HTTPS requests to backend server pools of virtual machines This application gateway serves traffic for multiple domain names Routing Rule 1 Hostname 1 = None Backend server pool 1 = 4 virtual machines with IP addresses Backend server pool 1 settings = HTTP:8080 Front end port 1 = HTTP:80 Listener 1 = HTTP Routing rule 1 = HTTP listener 1 => backend server pool 1 (round-robin load distribution) - MODIFY the application gateway - re-configure the Routing Rule 1 for SSL offload and add a host name, www.contoso.com Change listener 1 from HTTP to HTTPS Add SSL certificate to the listener Update front end port 1 to HTTPS:1443 Add a host name, www.contoso.com Enable cookie-based affinity Modified Routing Rule 1 Hostname 1 = www.contoso.com Backend server pool 1 = 4 virtual machines with IP addresses Backend server pool 1 settings = HTTP:8080 Front end port 1 = HTTPS:1443 Listener 1 = HTTPS Routing rule 1 = HTTPS listener 1 => backend server pool 1 (round-robin load distribution)
Running this Sample
To run this sample:
Set the environment variable
AZURE_AUTH_LOCATION with the full path for an auth file. See how to create an auth file.
git clone https://github.com/Azure-Samples/application-gateway-dotnet-manage-simple-application-gateways.git cd application-gateway-dotnet-manage-simple-application-gateways dotnet build bin\Debug\net452\ManageSimpleApplicationGateway.exe