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Vichan - Evitative - Harry Potter
INSTANT REC!!! I loved the character voices, the plot, I couldn't stop reading once I started and I liked the different take on magic.
recs-HarryPotter  f5  Length:200k-300k  Pairing:DracoMalfoy/HarryPotter 
4 days ago by amalthia
geoffaree - A Very Slytherin Harry
INSTANT REC!!! I loved the pacing, characters, and seeing how things changed once Harry befriended a snake. I loved that the adults in this story were willing to help Harry when he needed help. I liked this Harry and the original characters introduced. I couldn't stop reading once I started.

The first six parts of the series are complete. Part 7 is still in progress.
recs-HarryPotter  recs-instant!rec  f5  Length:400k-600k  Trope:Slytherin!Harry  Trope:Adoption  Pairing:SeverusSnape/RemusLupin  via:amalthia 
21 days ago by talitha78
geoffaree - A Very Slytherin Harry
INSTANT REC!!! I loved the pacing, characters, and seeing how things changed once Harry befriended a snake. I loved that the adults in this story were willing to help Harry when he needed help. I liked this Harry and the original characters introduced. I couldn't stop reading once I started.

The first six parts of the series are complete. Part 7 is still in progress.
recs-HarryPotter  recs-instant!rec  f5  Length:400k-600k  Trope:Slytherin!Harry  Trope:Adoption  Pairing:SeverusSnape/RemusLupin 
21 days ago by amalthia
ShaeTiann - For the Right Price
INSTANT REC!!! I loved the premise, character voices, the plot. I couldn't stop reading once I started. This story is epic and amazing. This story had everything, found family, interesting politics, mercenary work, con jobs, and I laughed out loud a few times. I also really liked the original characters.
recs-instant!rec  recs-StarWars  f5  Length:400k-600k  Pairing:Obi-Wan/JangoFett  Trope:Sith!Obi-Wan  Trope:FoundFamily 
8 weeks ago by amalthia
F5 getting a copyright shakedown over NGINX?
This twitter thread seems to allege that Rambler, a Russian ISP, is filing copyright claim over the NGINX source code -- nearly 18 years after it started development
nginx  copyright  open-source  rambler  f5 
10 weeks ago by jm
Http host irule
Returns the value contained in the Host header of an HTTP request. This command replaces the BIG-IP 4.X variable http_host.
The Host header always contains the requested host name (which may be a Host Domain Name string or an IP address), and will also contain the requested service port whenever a non-standard port is specified (other than 80 for HTTP, other than 443 for HTTPS). When present, the non-standard port is appended to the requsted name as a numeric string with a colon separating the 2 values (just as it would appear in the browser’s address bar):

Host: host.domain.com:8080


RFC2616 (section 3.2.3) states that host header evaluation MUST be case insensitive. All modern browsers adhere to this standard so it is not necessary in most cases to handle case, but in some instances for non-browser traffic, it might be a good practice to set the Host header value to lower case before performing comparisons. This can be done using [string tolower [HTTP::host]].

Examples¶
Both of the following examples redirect all requests containing the word “secure” to HTTPS. In this example, if a non-standard port is specified, the non-standard port from the Host header value will be retained and the resulting redirect will be to the same non-standard HTTPS port specifying HTTPS as the scheme):

when HTTP_REQUEST {
if { [HTTP::uri] contains "secure"} {
HTTP::redirect "https://[HTTP::host][HTTP::uri]"
}
}

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In this example, if a non-standard port is specified, the non-standard port from the Host header value will be removed and the resulting redirect will be to the standard HTTPS port specifying HTTPS as the scheme):

when HTTP_REQUEST {
if { [HTTP::uri] contains "secure"} {
HTTP::redirect "https://[getfield [HTTP::host] : 1][HTTP::uri]"
}
}

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To update the Host header value without redirecting the client to the new Host value, you can use HTTP::header replace Host “newhost.example.com”. This update will only affect the request to the pool member. The client will not see the update unless the web application uses the requested host header value to generate response headers and/or content.

when HTTP_REQUEST {

# Check if requested host doesn't start with www.example.com
if {not ([string tolower [HTTP::host]] starts_with "www.example.com")}{

# Replace the host header value with newhost.example.com
HTTP::header replace Host "newhost.example.com"
}
}

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Here is an another example of the a HTTP::host

when HTTP_REQUEST {
if { [HTTP::host] equals"www.xyz.com"} {
HTTP::redirect "http://www.abc.com/index.html"
}
}
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september 2019 by murilo
Solution: Create a F5 Maintenance Page with Image (iRule/iFile) - A step by step procedure.
when HTTP_REQUEST {
if { [active_members [LB::server pool]] < 1 } {
switch [HTTP::uri] {

"/mylogo.png" {HTTP::respond 200 content [ifile get "mylogo.png"]}

default {HTTP::respond 200 content {


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}
}
}
}
}

OPTIONAL: You can also HTML code as the ifile like 'mylogo.png'. For that, you must follow same procedure from the beginning. Then you will have 'mypage.html' and 'mylogo.png' in your iFile list. Then create your iRule as below. The drawback for this is, you cannot change the HTML code instantly like in the above iRule. For every change you need to upload HTML file as an ifile.



when HTTP_REQUEST {
if {[active_members [LB::server pool]] < 1} {

switch [HTTP::uri] {
"/mylogo.png" {HTTP::respond 200 content [ifile get "mylogo.png"] }

default {HTTP::respond 200 content [ifile get "mypage.html"] }
}
}
}

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Only1masterblaster
2 years ago

If you wish to have no hassle of iFile, you can encode logo as text and emded. eg.



<--img src="data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAZAAAADSCAMAAABThmYtAAAAXVB">



https://www.base64-image.de/



https://varvy.com/pagespeed/base64-images.html

Example: Here is a typical image file in your html:

<img src="example.png">

Replace the file location (in this case - example.png) with the src info from a base64 tool:

<img src="data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAZAAAADSCAMAAABThmYtAAAAXVB">

Now the source of your image is no longer an external file, it is instead the encoded data in the "src=" field.
F5 
september 2019 by murilo
BIG-IP Terraform Resources DevCentral
Terraform is an open source tool for provisioning and deployment of public and private cloud infrastructures. Terraform lets you to create, change and improve production infrastructure safely and predictably. Terraform use APIs abstraction through...
f5  bigip  ltm  terraform  tutorial  tutorials  example  examples 
july 2019 by pinterb
Using F5 BIG-IP LTM with Tectonic
CoreOS provides Container Linux, Tectonic for Kubernetes and the Quay image registry; key components to secure, simplify and automatically update your container infrastructure.
f5  bigip  ltm  tectonic  kubernetes  vmware  loadbalancer 
july 2019 by pinterb
Blue_Sunshine - The Desert Storm
INSTANT REC!!! This series is amazing! I love the premise, pacing, plot, character voices and I couldn't stop reading once I started. The first 9 parts of the series are complete.
recs-StarWars  f5  recs-instant!rec  PairingType:General  Trope:Time-Travel  Trope:Fix-It  Length:400k-600k 
june 2019 by amalthia

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