Getting Started with Application - Manage Simple Application Gateway - in .Net

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      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 &
         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 restore

dotnet run

More information

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