C ----- Original Message ----- > From: "PiBa-NL" <piba.nl....@gmail.com> > To: "Nick E Couchman" <nick.couch...@seakr.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org > Sent: Friday, February 6, 2015 4:06:18 PM > Subject: Re: haproxy and multiple ports
> Nick Couchman schreef op 6-2-2015 om 23:52: >> It's hard to figure out exactly how to phrase what I'm trying to do, but I >> essentially need a configuration for HAProxy where I can "pin" the >> load-balancing of one front-end port to another one, so that both go to the >> same back-end port. Here's what I'm trying to do...I'm using HAProxy to >> load-balance RDP connections. I also have a piece of software that goes >> between the RDP client and the RDP server that provides USB pass-through. >> So, >> the initial connection happens on port 3389, but then I need the client to >> also >> open a connection on another port - let's say 4000 - to the exact same >> back-end >> host. Is this possible in HAProxy? >> >> Thanks! >> -Nick >> > This looks like a similar problem perhaps it will work for you to?: > http://blog.haproxy.com/2011/07/14/send-users-to-the-same-server-for-imap-and-smtp/ Cool. Looks like the "stick match" line is what I need. I will try it out. Thanks!