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Vladimir
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what object have replaced the "Logical Server" in R80.10?

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I'm setting-up AWS environment that calls for the web servers behind vSEC.

In the vSEC R77.30 for AWS, Logical Servers were used to aggregate the group of instances.

Can you tell me how this is done in R80.10?

Thank you,

Vladimir

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Danny
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Re: what object have replaced the "Logical Server" in R80.10?

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R77 style:

https://sc1.checkpoint.com/sc/SolutionsStatics/sk104249/6.png

R80 style: Right-click on network objects > More > Logical Server...

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Danny
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Re: what object have replaced the "Logical Server" in R80.10?

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R77 style:

https://sc1.checkpoint.com/sc/SolutionsStatics/sk104249/6.png

R80 style: Right-click on network objects > More > Logical Server...

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Vladimir
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Re: what object have replaced the "Logical Server" in R80.10?

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Thank you Danny.

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Vladimir
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Re: what object have replaced the "Logical Server" in R80.10?

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It's just in R80.10 Logical Server objects are referred to as "legacy", I was interested in the more current approaches to handle this functionality.

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Admin
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Re: what object have replaced the "Logical Server" in R80.10?

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Given that Logical Server objects are needed in vSEC Autoscaling configurations in AWS and Azure, I'm pretty sure Logical Servers aren't going anywhere anytime soon.

Re: what object have replaced the "Logical Server" in R80.10?

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true, they are not going away Smiley Happy