1 Load Balancing Outlook Web Access Web Mail Using Equalizer
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3 Load Balancing Outlook Web Access Web Mail Using Equalizer Table of Contents Introduction... 4 Web Mail OWA Topology... 4 Required Equalizer Hardware and Software... 5 Exchange/OWA Configuration Notes... 5 Equalizer OWA Server Farm Configuration... 6 Setup Equalizer s Network Interfaces... 6 Change the Default Gateway on the Servers... 8 Test Equalizer and Server Connectivity... 8 Create the Virtual Cluster and Servers (Version 7)... 9 Create the Virtual Cluster and Servers (Version 8) Final Steps Enabling Forms-Based Authentication and SSL Offloading in OWA Adding a Second Equalizer for High Availability Copyright 2009 Coyote Point Systems, Inc. 3
4 Load Balancing Outlook Web Access Web Mail Using Equalizer Introduction Microsoft Outlook Web Access (OWA) provides HTTP and HTTPS access to Microsoft Exchange Server resources, such as Web Mail, to Internet and Intranet clients via a web browser. OWA provides an environment that looks much like the Exchange Server Client. To use OWA, a user logs in to an OWA server, which then fetches the user s mail, calendar and other resources from the Exchange Server running on another machine; the OWA system then displays the user s resources (such as mailboxes, calendars and folders) in the client browser, as shown above. As the user performs various Outlook tasks in their browser, these actions are sent as requests to the OWA server, which then contacts the back-end Exchange servers to perform the tasks on behalf of the user and fulfill the request. Once the back-end server completes the requested tasks, it communicates the results to the OWA server, which sends them back to the client browser. Web Mail OWA Topology The OWA topology most applicable to load balancing, and the one we re using for our example configuration, is shown in the diagram below: Figure 1 Web Farm with a Firewall OWA Topology Both Intranet and Internet clients log into the OWA servers using a browser. The OWA servers connect to the Exchange servers to retrieve the user s Outlook configuration, and display the OWA client back in the browser. 4 Copyright 2009 Coyote Point Systems, Inc.
6 Load Balancing Outlook Web Access Web Mail Using Equalizer Equalizer OWA Server Farm Configuration The following diagram illustrates how Equalizer can be dropped into an existing OWA Server Farm configuration: Figure 2 Equalizer OWA Server Farm Configuration In the above configuration, we define a virtual cluster on Equalizer, and tell all of our clients to use Equalizer s cluster IP to get their mail. Equalizer basically acts like a proxy server between the clients and the OWA Front-End Servers for the purpose off balancing the load between the Front-Ends. Each of the front-end servers in the cluster are configured to use Equalizer as their default gateway, so that all responses are routed through Equalizer. As you can see, the introduction of Equalizer into the network requires only two private IP addresses and a single configuration change on the servers. No other changes to the network infrastructure are necessary. We recommend that you setup your Equalizer/OWA server farm in a staged manner, as shown in this procedure. By testing each stage as we go along, we can eliminate basic configuration errors as they occur, rather than debugging a potential mix of problems after the configuration is complete. A staged implementation also allows existing installations to continue to provide normal Exchange services to current OWA users while Equalizer is configured. Setup Equalizer s Network Interfaces Connect Equalizer using the supplied serial cable to another system running terminal emulation software. On Windows systems, use a terminal emulator such as HyperTerminal or Tera Term Pro. TeraTerm Pro is freely available at: The emulator you use must be set for 9600 baud, 8 data bits, no parity, one stop bit, and VT100 terminal emulation. 1. Power Equalizer on and when the boot process is complete, press Enter on the terminal keyboard to display the login prompt. Type eqadmin and press Enter. When the password prompt appears, enter the eqadmin password 6 Copyright 2009 Coyote Point Systems, Inc.
7 Equalizer OWA Server Farm Configuration (default equalizer) and press Enter. Equalizer automatically launches the Equalizer Configuration Utility, a character-based interface for setting and changing Equalizer configuration parameters. Note: In Version 8.5 and later releases, an additional option (not used in this procedure) is listed at the bottom of the above menu. 2. In the Equalizer Configuration Menu window, select option 1, Interfaces, and press Enter. Equalizer displays the Configure network interfaces window. 3. Select the external ethernet interface and press Enter. The Network Configuration window is displayed. In the Host field (required), enter the name for the Equalizer on your network. This can be the system node name (such as eq-ext ), or the fully qualified domain name (FQDN, such as eq-ext.customer.com ). If you supply the FQDN in the Host field, the Domain field will automatically be filled in using the domain of the FQDN. Copyright 2009 Coyote Point Systems Inc. 7
8 Load Balancing Outlook Web Access Web Mail Using Equalizer In the Domain field, enter the domain name for the Equalizer. (For example, for the fully qualified domain name, eq-ext.customer.com, you would enter customer.com in the Domain field. In the Gateway field, enter the IP address of the router on the external network; in our example configuration, this is the address of the firewall ( ). In the Name Server field, enter the IP address of the domain name server that Equalizer will use; in our example configuration, this is the address of the firewall ( ). To indicate that no name server is available, enter Leave the IP address field for the external interface set to NONE. Tab to OK and press Enter to go back to the Configure Network Interfaces screen. 4. Select internal ethernet interface and press Enter: In the IP Address field enter In the Netmask field enter Select OK and press Enter to go back to the Configure Network Interfaces screen. 5. Select Back and press Enter to return to the Equalizer Configuration Menu. 6. Select option 6, Commit; then press Enter. Equalizer commits your changes and automatically reboots. Change the Default Gateway on the Servers Log into each front-end OWA server, and change the default gateway for the server to Equalizer s IP address. To do this, open Start > Network Connections, right-click the appropriate network interface and select Properties. Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) from the list and click Properties. Change the default gateway to , and click OK; or, if DHCP is enabled, click Advanced, add a new gateway entry, and click OK twice to close. Test Equalizer and Server Connectivity 1. Log into a client on the internal network and each server in the cluster, and use the ping command with Equalizer s internal address to see if Equalizer responds: ping Log into Equalizer over the serial interface and ping each server in the cluster. 3. If DNS is configured, log into Equalizer over the serial interface as root and ping a host on the Internet (e.g., from the Equalizer command line to ensure that DNS and the defined gateway are functioning properly. If any of these tests fail, go back to Step 3 on page 7 and check your network configuration. [Note that more complex configurations than our example may require static routes on the servers, clients, or Equalizer.] 8 Copyright 2009 Coyote Point Systems, Inc.
9 Equalizer OWA Server Farm Configuration Create the Virtual Cluster and Servers (Version 7) Follow the procedures in this section if your Equalizer is running any release of Version 7 of the Equalizer software. Create the Virtual Cluster (Version 7) 1. Using your browser, open either of Equalizer s administrative URIs: You should see Equalizer s login screen in your browser. 2. Log in to the Adminstrative Interface as user touch or another user with the add/del permission on global parameters. 3. Select Add > Virtual Cluster from the main menu at the top of the right frame of the Administrative Interface. The add cluster screen is displayed: 4. Set the following cluster parameters to the values shown below: Copyright 2009 Coyote Point Systems Inc. 9
10 Load Balancing Outlook Web Access Web Mail Using Equalizer cluster name: OWA protocol: HTTPS [or, if you are not enabling SSL Offloading, use HTTP] ip: policy: adaptive 5. Disable the spoof flag, which tells Equalizer to use its own IP address as the source IP in all packets it forwards to the servers in the cluster. 6. To enable SSL offloading, click on the advanced flag. Find the text box labelled custom header and enter the following value into the text box: Front-End-Https: On Doing this tells Equalizer to not only terminate the SSL connection, but to also insert the above text as an HTTP header into the client request. Equalizer will use HTTP to communicate with the OWA front-end servers, which will forward the requests to the Exchange Back-End Servers. This special header tells the back-end servers to reply using HTTPS. 7. Scroll to the bottom of the screen and select the commit button to create the cluster. 8. Load the SSL server certificate for the cluster. [If you are not enabling SSL Offloading (i.e., your cluster protocol is HTTP), skip this step and go to Step ] a. From the cluster screen, select menu > Manage SSL Certificates. The install SSL certificate screen is displayed. b. Make sure the cluster radio button is enabled, and then select Browse to find the file containing the cluster certificate on your local system. c. Select the upload button to upload the certificate to Equalizer. When prompted, enter the certificate s password and click submit. If successful, you are returned to the install SSL certificate screen, which should now display the certificate details. 10 Copyright 2009 Coyote Point Systems, Inc.
11 Equalizer OWA Server Farm Configuration Create the Cluster Servers (Version 7) 1. In the left frame, click on the name of the cluster you just created. When the cluster screen is displayed, select menu > add server to display the add server screen. 2. Set the following server parameters to the values shown below: server name: front1 ip: Click commit to create the server and return to the cluster screen. The server (front1) should now be displayed under the cluster name in the left frame. 4. Select menu > add server to display the add server screen again. 5. Set the following server parameters to the values shown below: server name: front2 ip: Click commit to create the server and return to the cluster screen. The server (front2) should now be displayed under the cluster name in the left frame. Create the Virtual Cluster and Servers (Version 8) Follow the procedures in this section if your Equalizer is running any release of Version 8 of the Equalizer software. Create the Virutual Cluster (Version 8) 1. Using your browser, open either of Equalizer s administrative URIs: You should see Equalizer s login screen in your browser. 2. Log in to the Adminstrative Interface as user touch or another user login with the add/del permission on global parameters. Copyright 2009 Coyote Point Systems Inc. 11
12 Load Balancing Outlook Web Access Web Mail Using Equalizer 3. In the left frame, right-click on Equalizer and select Add Cluster from the popup menu. The Add New Cluster dialog is displayed: 4. If you are enabling SSL offloading, select Layer 7 HTTPS; otherwise, select layer 7 HTTP. Click next ( > ) at the top of the dialog. 5. Type in the following cluster parameters: Cluster Name: OWA Cluster IP Address: Click next ( > ) and then commit. The cluster is created and appears in the left frame. The Configuration tabs for the cluster open in the right frame. 6. Disable the spoof flag (this tells Equalizer to use its own IP address as the source IP in all packets it forwards to the servers in the cluster). Click commit. 7. Open the LB Algorithm tab, and select adaptive in the policy drop down box. Click commit. 8. To enable SSL offloading, open the Networking tab and enter the following value into the custom header text box: Front-End-Https: On Doing this tells Equalizer to not only terminate the SSL connection, but to also insert the above text as an HTTP header into the client request. Equalizer will use HTTP to communicate with the OWA front-end servers, which will forward the requests to the Exchange Back-End Servers. This special header tells the back-end servers to reply using HTTPS. Click commit. 12 Copyright 2009 Coyote Point Systems, Inc.
13 Equalizer OWA Server Farm Configuration 9. If you are not enabling SSL Offloading (i.e., you selected Layer 7 HTTP in Step 4 on page 12), skip this step and continue with the next section, Create the Cluster Servers (Version 8) on page 14. If you selected Layer 7 HTTPS in Step 4 on page 12, do the following to load a certificate for the cluster: a. Open the Security tab. b. Make sure the cluster radio button is enabled, and then select Browse to find the file containing the cluster certificate on your local system. c. Select the upload button to upload the certificate to Equalizer. When prompted, enter the certificate s password and click submit. The tab should now display the certificate details in a separate field at the bottom of the right frame. If there is more than one certificate in the certificate chain contained in the uploaded file, then the interface will display all the certificates in the chain. Copyright 2009 Coyote Point Systems Inc. 13
14 Load Balancing Outlook Web Access Web Mail Using Equalizer Create the Cluster Servers (Version 8) 1. In the left frame, right-click on the name of the cluster you created above and select Add Server from the popup menu. 2. Set the following server parameters to the values shown below: Server Name: front1 Server IP Address: Click next ( > ) and then commit. The server is created and appears in the left frame. The Configuration tabs for the server open in the right frame. 3. In the left frame, right-click on the name of the cluster again and select Add Server from the popup menu 4. Set the following server parameters to the values shown below: Server Name: front2 Server IP Address: Click next ( > ) and then commit. The server is created and appears in the left frame. The Configuration tabs for the server open in the right frame. Final Steps 1. Test the cluster. Try accessing the Equalizer cluster IP ( ); you should be asked to accept the cluster certificate, and then the OWA login prompt should be displayed. You should now be able to log into OWA and display the OWA desktop (see on page ). 2. Update DNS so that the mail URL used by your user community points to the virtual cluster IP Then, test accessing the cluster IP from an external client. 14 Copyright 2009 Coyote Point Systems, Inc.
15 Enabling Forms-Based Authentication and SSL Offloading in OWA Enabling Forms-Based Authentication and SSL Offloading in OWA There are two pieces to enabling Forms-Based Authentication (FBA) when OWA is behind an Equalizer HTTPS cluster (that is, when Equalizer is offloading SSL processing). See Enabling Forms Based Authentication and How to Enable Forms-Based Authentication When Using SSL Offloading in the Exchange Server 2003 documentation at the links below: The basic procedure is included here for your convenience: 1. Follow these steps on both of the front-end OWA servers only: 1a. Start the Exchange System Manager. 1a. If administrative groups are enabled, expand Administrative Groups. 1b. Expand Servers, and then expand one of the front-end servers. 1c. Expand Protocols, expand HTTP, right-click Exchange Virtual Server, and then click Properties. 1d. Click the Settings tab, and then click to enable the Enable Forms Based Authentication check box. 1e. In the Compression list, click the level of compression that you want. 1f. Click OK. 2. Edit the registry on both of the OWA front-end servers only, and add the SSLOffloaded keyword. Select Start > Run and enter the following command: regedit Click OK. 2a. Locate the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\MSExchangeWeb\OWA 2b. On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click DWORD Value. 2c. In the details pane, name the new value SSLOffloaded. 2d. Right-click the SSLOffloaded DWORD value, and then click Modify. 2e. In Edit DWORD Value, under Base, click Decimal. 2f. In the Value Data box, enter the value 1. 2g. Click OK. 3. Restart the IIS server on the front-end servers, by opening a Command Prompt window and entering the following command: iisreset 4. Do the following on both of your back-end Exchange servers only: 4a. Start the Exchange System Manager. 4b. If administrative groups are enabled, expand Administrative Groups. 4c. Expand Servers, and then expand one of the back-end servers. 4d. Expand Protocols, expand HTTP, and then expand Exchange Virtual Server. 4e. Right-click the Exchange virtual directory that appears under the Exchange Virtual Server container, and then click Properties. 4f. Click the Access tab, and then click Authentication. 4g. If it is not already selected, click to enable the Basic authentication check box. Copyright 2009 Coyote Point Systems Inc. 15
16 Load Balancing Outlook Web Access Web Mail Using Equalizer 4h. Remove any existing text from the Default Domain text box, and enter a backslash (\) for the Default Domain. Only the backslash should appear in the text box. 4i. Click OK two times to close the property windows. Once you complete the above steps, you should be able to access OWA from your clients with Forms-Based Authentication and SSL Offloading enabled. See the Microsoft Exchange Server documentation for more information on configuring and using Forms-Based Authentication and SSL Offloading in a front-end/back-end server configuration. Adding a Second Equalizer for High Availability Adding a second backup Equalizer provides high availability in the event that your primary Equalizer becomes unresponsive. The backup Equalizer continaully monitors the health of the primary Equalizer, and if the primary Equalizer does not respond to health checks, the backup Equalizer takes over the Cluster IP and begins processing client requests. The diagram below shows how simple it is to insert a backup Equalizer into the configuration shown in Figure 2. Figure 3 OWA Failover Configuration Chapter 5 of the Installation and Administration Guide (included with your Equalizer, and also available from the Administrative Interface s Help menu in the latest versions) contains complete instructions for failover configuration. You can also pick up a copy from the Device Manuals section of the Support Portal. 16 Copyright 2009 Coyote Point Systems, Inc.
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