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  • Blog Post: Using HTTP/2 with ARR and IIS 10

    I was asked a question about if the Application Request Router supports the HTTP 2 protocol on IIS 10 (not sure what it will be called). I was pretty confident that it did, but nothing beats a test to confirm it. So that is what I did. I used this article here that contains some good information about...
  • Blog Post: Configure Application Request Routing with Windows Authentication, Kerberos

    If you have not already read this article , please do which is a prequel to this one that explains the basic installation and configuration of ARR using anonymous authentication. The steps for configuring Application Request Routing (ARR) to use Windows Authentication -> Kerberos, are: ...
  • Blog Post: Configure Application Request Routing

    There are many documents that cover the configuration of ARR, but this one’s my own. I write this post to set the base line for another article I wrote here , about configuring ARR to work with Windows Authentication, specifically Kerberos. After taking the actions in this article and making sure...
  • Blog Post: Passing Client IP to a server in the Web Farm using Application Request Router

    When you setup a Web Farm using Application Request Router (ARR) the value for the c-ip written to the IIS log is the IP address of the ARR server and not the client or user IP address. Click on the Server Farm from within the IIS management console, then click on the Proxy link. As shown in Figure 1...
  • Blog Post: Application Request Routing (ARR) - self referencing itself 400 or 502.3

    IMO the Application Request Routing server should be on a server which is not hosting the webFarm itself. The only reason I can think of wanting to do this is to save costs on resources, both hardware and support. I look at the documentation here and do not see any mention of this kind of configuration...
  • Blog Post: Configuring Application Request Routing (ARR) to use a port other than port 80

    Application Request Routing is a software based load balancing system, plus more. When you configure your web farm you can choose from a number of different load balancing algorithm as shown in Figure 1. I needed to add that in because I like the load balancing features in ARR, it is so simple compared...
  • Blog Post: Configure Application Request Routing (ARR) with Client Certificates

    The kind of Client Certificate I use most is stored electronically on a chip located on the back of my id badge. There is a card reader in my PC that can access these certificates, which are protected by a pin and requested when I attempt to access a web site that is configured to require them. I am...
  • Blog Post: Application Request Routing (ARR) - HTTP Error 400.0 - Bad Request

    I was working on setting up an ARR solution the other day and I ran into this error, and shown in Figure 1. The request cannot be routed because it has reached the Max-Forwards limit. The server may be self-referencing itself in request routing topology. Figure 1, HTTP Error 400.0 - Bad Request...
  • Blog Post: Application Request Router (ARR) - HTTP Error 502.3 - Bad Gateway

    I was setting up a web farm with Web Farm Framework (WFF) and Application Request Router (ARR) and received the error shown in Figure 1. Figure 1, HTTP Error 502.3 - Bad Gateway I checked the Monitoring and Management window to see if the Health Status of the server as shown in Figure 2. Take...
  • Blog Post: Application Request Routing Error - 502.4 - Bad Gateway

    I was setting up an Application Request Routing server and received the error shown in Figure 1 when I attempted to access the ARR URL. Figure 1, HTTP Error 502.4 – Bad Gateway The cause was due to the Health Status of the servers being set to “Unhealthy” as shown in Figure...
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