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Old 11-29-2017, 01:26 AM   #1
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HaProxy RDP - sessions

I want to make haproxy RDPs
I made use of this tutorial:
listen RDP
balance rdp-cookie
maxconn 50000
mode tcp
tcp-request inspect-delay 5s
tcp-request content accept if RDP_COOKIE
persist rdp-cookie
option tcpka
timeout connect 500000
timeout client 500000
timeout server 500000
server rdp0 check fall 3 rise 5 inter 2000 weight 10
server rdp1 check fall 3 rise 5 inter 2000 weight 10
but I would like the user from one computer to connect to the same server within 5 hours.

there are options for:
persisting rdp-cookies
balance rdp-cookie
tcp-request content accept if RDP_COOKIE
but not yet

Do I need to turn on something on the server side to store cookies?

how to do this?


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