3. Advanced Configuration

Use OpenLiteSpeed as Load Balancer

Use OpenLiteSpeed as Load Balancer This wiki will show you how to set up OpenLiteSpeed as a load balancer. This example uses three servers: backend1.litespeedtech.com backend2.litespeedtech.com balancer.litespeedtech.com backend1 and backend2 will act as back-end nodes, and balancer will act as a front-end load balancer. Verify Two Back-End Nodes are Working…

Setting up CORS on OpenLiteSpeed

Enabling Cross-Origin Resource Sharing Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is a specification that enables truly open access across domain boundaries. If you serve public content, please consider using CORS to open it up for universal JavaScript/browser access. CORS introduces a standard mechanism that can be used…

Setting Up GeoLocation on OpenLiteSpeed

Setting Up GeoLocation on OpenLiteSpeed Enabling GeoLocation Geolocation enables developers to enhance the user experience. Content and advertising may be customized for a specific user’s country, showing pages more relevant to the location of the user. Admins can further enhance a site’s security by blocking…