Today, I'm already using stunnel to provide SSL termination to a set of TCP services where the connections are round-robin'ed, this is done, for example, like follows:

accept = 443
connect = 9274
connect = 9275
connect = 9276
connect = 9277

I'd like to do the same thing but where the accept port doesn't provide SSL termination, it would just round-robin the accepted connections to the backend services.

I'd like to know if there's a way to do that with stunnel, or if there's a similar linux service that can do that.

  • I think stunnel's sole purpose is SSL termination. Try nginx if you want a simple round-robin load balance. – Andrew S Aug 10 '15 at 15:17

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