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Enable this backend server farm Click to allow connections from this backend server farm. The default is selected.
ID Specify the name assigned to the backend server farm. You can use a maximum of 2048 characters.
Description Provide a text description of the backend server farm. For example, you could use this area to describe the backend server farm's purpose in the system. You can use a maximum of 2048 characters.
Client security Specify the level of security the backend server farm requires of its clients. The possible values are:
Either HTTP or HTTPS Select to allow clients to connect using either HTTP or HTTPS. This is the default.
HTTP Select to force clients to connect using HTTP.
HTTPS Select to force clients to connect using HTTPS.
Backend security Select and specify the level of security required of an Outbound Enabler in the backend server farm to connect to the Relay Server farm. The possible values are:
Either HTTP or HTTPS Select to allow connections from the backend farm to use either HTTP or HTTPS. This is the default.
HTTP Select to force all connections from the backend farm to use HTTP.
HTTPS Select to force all connections from the backend farm to use HTTPS.
Verbosity Specify the verbosity. Errors are displayed regardless of the log level specified, and warnings are displayed only if the log level is greater than 0. You can set verbosity to the following levels:
Use Relay Server farm verbosity Use the same verbosity as set for the Relay Server farm.
0 Log errors only. Use this logging level for deployment. This is the default.
1 Request level logging. The arrival of all HTTP client requests is logged with the type of client software.
2 or higher Verbosity levels 2 and higher are for Technical Support debugging purposes.
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