Basic overall flow of the settings

This section describes the basic flow for setting Managed Load Balancer.

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When creating a new Managed Load Balancer:from Create to Deploy

In the initial state, device connections to the network and policies of the customer environment are not configured. Please use it after making the settings according to the customer's environment. The procedure for creating a new one is as follows. Just creating each resource will put it in a state of waiting for addition. By deploying the Managed Load Balancer instance, the settings of the created resources are actually applied in the Managed Load Balancer instance.

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  1. Create a Managed Load Balancer instance and connect to your logical network.
  2. Connect your Managed Load Balancer instance to your logical network.
  3. Configure the function to periodically monitor the failure of the load balancing target (real server).
  4. Configure the function to check connection requests to the Managed Load Balancer using the specified IP address, port number, and protocol.
  5. Configure the grouping function of the load balancing target (real server) of Managed Load Balancer.
  6. Associate the health monitor and target group with the listener, and configure the algorithm and persistence method.
  7. The settings created in steps 1 to 6 are actually applied in the Managed Load Balancer instance and deployed. Billing will start when the deploy is completed.

When changing the settings:from Edit to Apply

The procedure for changing the settings is as follows. Editing each resource will put it in a state of waiting for change. By applying the Managed Load Balancer instance, the settings of the edited resources are actually applied in Managed Load Balancer instance.

Execute the item for which you want to change the settings from steps 1 to 9 below, and then apply the settings in step 10.

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  1. Connect your Managed Load Balancer instance to your logical network.
  2. Detach the Managed Load Balancer instance from the logical network.
  3. Edit the health monitor.
  4. Edit the listener.
  5. Edit the static route.
  6. Edit the target group.
  7. Add members to the target group.
  8. Delete the members of the target group.
  9. Edit the policy.
  10. The settings edited in 1 to 9 are actually applied in the Managed Load Balancer instance.

Cancel the changes of the settings before apply:Cancel the settings

The procedure for canceling the settings before apply is as follows.

  1. Cancels the settings waiting for the load balancer to change.

Delete:Delete

The procedure for deleting is as follows.

  1. Delete the load balancer.