|F5 LTM - OneConnect|
|Load Balancers - Big-IP F5 LTM|
|Monday, 09 April 2012 14:54|
The OneConnect feature works with HTTP Keep-Alives to minimize the number of server-side TCP connections by reusing existing connections for further HTTP requests.
HTTP Requests Overview
HTTP/1.1 requests - HTTP/1.1 dictates that HTTP Keep-Alive connections are enabled by default. With HTTP/1.1 the server doesn't close the connection once the initial request has been completed unless the client issues a ‘Connection: close header’ to the server. Otherwise the connection remains open so that the client can reuse the connection for any additional requests.
‘The OneConnect Profile’ reuses idle server-side connections so that they can be used for further requests. If the connection is not idle then a new server-side TCP connection is made.
‘OneConnect Transformation’ transforms the ‘Connection: close’ headers in HTTP/1.0 client-side requests to ‘X-Cnection: close’ headers on the server side. This ensures that the server does not close the connection once the request is completed, therefore allowing the server to reuse existing connections for additional requests when using HTTP/1.0.
HTTP pipelining is a feature of HTTP 1.1 that's allows multiple requests to be sent via single connection without waiting for each response.
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